North, South, East, and West–the Emerald Isle is one of the most photogenic places in all the world…
… uniquely blessed with a natural beauty and history that is quintessentially Irish… not to mention all vibrant man-made colors that will delight you along the way.
Saint Bridget’s Well
Gateway to the Skellig Islands
Kilmacduagh, literally “church of Duagh’s son”, is a fascinating monastic site which dates back to the establishment of an abbey there in the seventh century. Consisting of several church ruins, a leaning round tower, and cemetery this special place is at once both haunting and serenely beautiful.
Wild Atlantic Way
Killarney National Park
County Ulster (Northern Ireland)
Frank’s done his penance to the summit three times!
Blessed with an uncommonly perfect weather day, I had the pleasure and privilege of summiting Carrauntoohil, the centerpiece of the MacGillicuddy’s Reeks, and at 3,400 feet elevation, the highest peak in Ireland.