Kerry Countryside & Coast, Éire

Castle Green, Ballybunion
Slieve Mish Mountains from Maherabeg, Castlegregory
Benoskee & Brandon from Camp
The Paps, Barraduff
Ross Castle, Killarney
Shehy Mountain and Tomies Mountain from Ross Bay, Lough Leane, Killarney
Innisfallen Abbey, Killarney
Muckross House, Killarney
Torc Waterfall, Killarney
Muckross Lake & Shehy Mountain, Killarney
Newfoundland Bay, Upper Lake, Killarney
Upper Lake from Looscaunagh Hill, Killarney
Mullach & Macgillycuddy
Gap of Dunloe from Moll
Mullach & Macgillycuddy

When it comes to scenery, it might be said that Kerry folk have all the luck. Between appealing coastline and arresting hill country vistas, they certainly have more than their fair share. The Iveragh and Dingle peninsulas are packed full of both and the beaches along the north western coast attract many of a more leisurely mindset than hill wanderers like me. Even though I hail from nearby County Limerick and have gotten to see plenty of the county's attractions over the years, I am always left with more to see. Now that I think of it, a longer session of travelling about the region with a view to savouring more of its sights might be in order. Let's see what comes of that.