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In Focus with Domnick Walsh

In Focus with Domnick Walsh | May

Apr 29, 2021 18:04 By Admin
In Focus with Domnick Walsh | May In Focus with Domnick Walsh | May
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This mallard flew from the river onto the walkway beside us on the river walk in Castleisland and took time to dry off while we watched on
Orla O’Connor

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James Nelan Causeway, Pier Causeway, Ballybunion as seen from Meenogahane Pier Causeway & Ballybunion as seen from Kilmore Beach

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Christine Casey

Hi Joe,
Thought you might like to see a photo of feeding our pet lambs.

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Brigid O Connor

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Why people should visit Kerry
Photo 1showing sunset in Banna
Photo 2,. Round Tower. Ballyduff
Photo 3 Cliffs overlooking Meenogahane pier Causeway .
Regards Christina McCarthy.

Fishing photo on the Deenagh river, between the white bridge and the game bridge 02/04/21 - Donal Hayes

Hi Joe sending in my photo for the Saturday morning slot. Kerry is our kingdom. We welcome you one and all to explore its beauty of our mountains and our lakes and its stunning landscape. Kind Regards Pat O Shea,

Hi Joe,

This is a photo I took on 10th January 2018 about 5.30pm with my mobile phone of the sunset over Brandon as seen from Ballyheuige Beach.

I was chairman of Kerry Down Syndrome at that time, and had been attending the wake of one of our much loved members Mikey Hussey of Akeragh, Ballyheuige who had a warm and outgoing personality.  The Hussey family home is behind the sand dunes at Akeragh. After returning to the car park, I thought this extraordinary colourful sunset was almost an acknowledgement from the man above of a meaningful life well lived be Mikey.

You and Dominick Walsh may use the photo generally, including for the Tourism programme in early May.

Le gach dea ghuí,

Risteárd Pierse

Just a small selection of the beauty I show people when I take them out climbing with Real Rock Kerry, Joe.

No experience necessary at all.

Suitable for complete beginners.

I'm a trained as a Rock Climbing Instructor and I keep people safe and show them an amazing time in Kerry.

All the best,

Andrew

The annual April fair day at Listowel was cancelled this year.However Damien Gleasure brought a mini hairy cob pony with the help of Peadar Walsh and Jerry Carmody to remember the occasion and help keep rural Ireland alive.Photo Moss Joe Browne.

Hi Joe.

Photo attached , Slea Head Drive Dingle.

From: Pat Doherty Killarney

Enjoy the Saturday program.

Cheers : Pat.

Bernie Carmody

Hello Joe & Dominic,Here is a photo of my mom and my dog Ted taking an evening stroll at Derrymore Beach, Co Kerry.

Our favourite thing about living in Kerry is that we have fabulous beaches and we are lucky to have them. We are delighted to be able to get back to our lovely beaches after lockdown.

Sinead O Sullivan

Tralee

Kieran Caffrey

Sunset on Mount Brandon , 3 sisters , sleeping Giant ,Skellig Rock

Marlyn McCarthy
This photo of two cows fighting on the farm was taken in Causeway by Marlyn McCarthy. The cows had just gone out to grass and one invaded another ones territory.

Photo taken 14/4/21, on the Slea Head Drive, Dingle by Marlyn McCarthy, Causeway.

 

Photo taken in Killowen, Kenmare in April 2021 of St Patrick’s Church by Marlyn McCarthy, Causeway.

Photo taken in April 2021 on Slea Head Drive by Marlyn McCarthy Causeway.

Took this picture in Killarney. From Ita Hannon Beal

Three images for this months competition

Blackstones Bridge Glencar County Kerry

Blackstones Bridge on the  Upper Caragh  river in Glencar, was the scene of ironworks in the early 1700's by Lord Landsdowne

IMG 6567: Wreck of The Sunbeam Rossbeigh Beach County Kerry

Wreck of the Sunbeam on Rossbeigh Beach,Which was there since 1903,It survived in this state appearing and disappearing in the sands until the storms of 2014.Picture taken a year previously in 2013

Cromwell Point Lighthouse Valentia Island County Kerry, Picture taken in 2012, from the Slate Quarry.

 

 

Hi love your show. here are some pictures 1st Here for the view..  2nd Beautiful Ross Castle on the edge of Lough Leane Killarney.

3rd   Peace  and tranquillity  on the Lakes of Killarney.

Thanks  Nora Nelligan

Hi Joe and Dominic,

Please find attached pictures that I took last Sunday at Ballyheigue beach

Regards

Deirdre Mangan

Tralee

Hi Joe and Dominic

Really enjoy your program on Saturday and appreciate all your positive comments

Kay Fitz

Attached are photos of my three favourite places in Kerry -

Fenit - a guided boat trip to Fenit Lighthouse is a must

A visit to Dingle with wonderful views via the Conor Pass

Playing golf in Barrow with its spectacular views (compensates when golf is not so good!)

Hello Joe & Dominic

Some photos attached..feel free to use them!

Taken with my Galaxy A10 phone.. has a brilliant camera?

  1. .footbridge
  2. Binn Bàn Dingle
  3. Maca na Bò West Kerry

Thanks for the brilliant show

Sheila Quirke

Castlegregory

Co Kerry

Tarbert lighthouse at sunset and overlooking the shannon estuary on a sunny day. Brendan Kissane

Hi Joe

I spoke to Domnic Walsh on Monday

about a photo taken by me on Sunday at the Lock Gates outside Blenerville of a Otter please find attached a photo

Regards

Denis G Fitzgerald.  Ballymacelligott

Member of Castleisland Camera Club

Retired from Shaws Tralee

The G in my name is always important as my Cousin has the same name

I moved from Ballybunion where I grew up

Dear Joe and Dominic

I attach 3 photos from around Kerry for your Kerry Collection- more clouds and other features.

McGillicuddy Reeks with Beenkeeragh as the highest peak, it's the one seen from Killorglin streets. (not Carrauntoohil),  THe Reeks a must see, difficult to avoid unless it's misty.

Ballyheigue beach- a jewel in North Kerry, looking good in recent sunshine.- sun, sky and surf.

Loch Leane from below O'Sullivan's Cascade (Tomies Wood) on a slightly dull day, but still enchanting. Taken before recent fires. Hoping it has escaped.

All the best with the project.

Maryrose Bogan

Hi Joe & Dominic,

The lifting of the 5km restrictions was music to my ears on 12th April, 2021.  I headed off west to Dingle and was not disappointed. Later that week I headed North to Ballybunion by the Sea.  Two of my favourite places in Kerry to visit and photograph. We are so lucky to live in the beautiful Kingdom of Kerry.
Photo No 1 - Dingle Lighthouse at Dun Síon
Photo No 2 - Sunset overlooking the Blaskets
Photo No 3 & 4 - Beautiful Ballybunion by the Sea.

Love the show.

Regards,

Mairéad O'Keeffe

Joe,

Attached is a sunset from Banna Beach. Kerry has some of the best light and sunsets. in the world, and that’s from a national Geographic photographer that came to Kerry some years ago.

Regards

John Keane

Good morning Joe and Dominick,

What magnificent weather we had recently for getting out with our cameras.  I attach my three landscape photos I took during the fine weather.  Hope you like them.

  1.  An early morning view of the Gap of Dunloe
  2. Taken on a most beautiful afternoon on Valentia Island ( near the Slate quarry) looking across Doulus bay with Doulus head on the left.
  3. Taken between Derrynane and Coomakishta viewing park , with Scarrif Islands in view

Regards,

Donal Daly

The beautiful County Kerry.

Hi Joe and Dominic.

Please sees attached my three photograohs for this months theme.

Picture 1 the beautiful Cloghane County Kerry.

Picture 2 Sunset at Beale Beach County Kerry.

Evening at Lough Gill Castlegregory County Kerry.

Kind regards

Sharon Mowat Driscoll

Member Castleisland Camera Club ?.

Hello Joe and Domnick.
I hope you are both keeping well.
What a great spell of weather we have had and what a treat to now travel beyond 5km!!
We are so blessed here in Kerry - we are spoiled for choice for places to go and so many of them don't cost a penny!
My family and I have been out and about quite a bit lately so I am attaching a few photos I took along the way!
The first photo is of the wild garlic in Ballyseedy Woods! What a beautiful amenity we have on our doorstep.
The second photo was taken in Fenit. It was like a Summers day there! Just glorious.
The third photo was taken in Waterville - my mother's hometown and one of the jewels on the Ring of Kerry.
Thanking you
Breda McGaley.

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