West Cork in Photographs – Your Favourites, Part 2

Courtmacsherry Bay

A winter walk in Courtmacsherry Bay

Part 2 of your (and our!) favourite West Cork photographs of 2016. If you’re not here already, as they say in West Cork – Where else would you want to be?

Banners up

The new Ballydehob Tourist Information Centre

Castle in the mist

Kilcoe Castle in the mist

Colours of West Cork

Toormore – the colours of West Cork

The Fingers

The Fingers, Gurranes, near Castletownshend

Summer in Goleen

Summer in Goleen

Three Castles

Three Castle Head

Black Castle

Black Castle, south of Lowertown

Mizen North Colours

North Side of the Mizen

Sun sets over Long Island

The sun goes down over Long Island

And an extra – one of my own favourites from this year. No drama – just a quiet sunlit meadow, an old stone barn and a colourful house. My West Cork.

Eugene and Margaret'sIn case you missed it, here’s a link to Part 1 of this two part exploration of West Cork in photographs.


12 thoughts

  1. Stunning pictures, all of them! You have such a talent for capturing these places with your camera. My fave is the Fingers… so looks like some giant skeletal hand clawing its way out of containment beneath the earth! Hope 2017 is good to you! Xxx


  2. Thank you Finola and Robert for these and so many other stunning photos of places I’ve been and others I hope to see soon. I especially appreciate your posts on creatures and plants. That rain-drenched chough was among the most memorable. I never tire of your posts on plants and always compare what you feature to what grows here in Maine. I hope you had a lovely Christmas, Happy New Year, and I look forward to more of your posts in 2017.


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