Dublin estava tão bonita hoje, quem ficou dentro de casa só observando o dia não sabe o frio estava na rua. 🥶
O dia todo com sensação negativa, pra quem estava ansioso pelo frio ele está vindo com tudo, há previsão de neve para as próximas horas e amanhã domingo também. Será que ela vem mesmo? .
Quem aí quer um pouco de neve nesse inverno? ❄️🥶
How cute can one sheep be, please? 🐑🐏☘️.
You knew I couldn’t wait to share this beauty with you, right? If you know me, you know how much I’ve always loved sheep. And in case you don’t know me that well yet - I love sheep, can spend hours in nature with them and can’t wait to have sheep again some day [together with rescue donkeys, pigs, ponies...]. Neala would love it 🤩. @peer.ographer we should start with getting that house built in West Cork sooner than later!! 🤓
Until then - let me know: what’s your favourite animal?
Pega essa foto bem europeia no parque de Dublin quase que congelando! 🥶
Obs: Eu sempre achei cenários assim muito ”Europeu”. 😂😂😂
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Change your view! ☘️.
It’s incredible what our drone allows me to create. This drone shot of on of the tunnels at the Caha Pass, Co. Kerry, is unreal - I can’t wait to share more shots like this one with you.
Who’s as crazy in love with drone shots as I am? 🙋🏻♂️
Classiebawn, Mullaghmore, County Sligo overlooking Slieve League Cliffs, Carrick, County Donegal, Ireland
This title may seem a little strange to those who know these areas, but I’ll explain. I normally capture photos of County Donegal or photos from County Sligo, however this time I’ve almost confused even myself 😂 & captured one photo showing both County’s including 2 of each county’s main tourist attractions 🏰 🏔
This photo was actually captured in ‘Grange’ overlooking 'Classiebawn’ in ‘Mullaghmore’ County Sligo. You can then see ‘Donegal Bay’ which leads to the snowy Slieve League’ cliffs in the extreme distance. What I found amazing is that when I measured the distance from where I was standing during capture to ‘The Slieve League cliffs’ (as the crow flies) & it’s exactly 22 miles away!
This is a single image file & not a composite, artificial background etc. It was created at 400mm by the “lens compression” method I normally use. Basically, it means the further you zoom into a mid-range object, the larger & closer the background gets drew forward.
Please don’t be put off by its unpleasing nickname “The Murder Hole” because this beach is a true Irish gem. There are no paths, road nor signs and it requires a long hike through a grassy plain full of cattle, then over some large sand dunes to even reach. This has to be one of the most stunningly beautiful beaches you could ever set eyes on! It may have the most uninviting name you’ve ever heard off, but always remember “you should never judge a book by its cover”
As for its morbid nickname, I’ve asked countless people on why it has gained this name ‘The Murder Hole’ & have heard so many different tales ranging from World War 2 soldiers to The Great Famine to even a Murder Mystery hundreds of years old! I honestly still have no factual answers so if you have any information??? Please feel free to add it below as I’m sure many folk around the globe would love to read about it 🧐 “Nicknames stick to places & the most ridiculous are the most adhesive”
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What a wonderful year it has been - From Bill, Laura and all the team at Kelly's we would like to say a heartfelt thank you for your support this year. The 2019 season has come to an end and we are already excited for what 2020 has in store! Until then, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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