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In Focus with Domnick Walsh

In Focus with Domnick Walsh | November

Nov 4, 2022 12:11 By radiokerrypodcast
In Focus with Domnick Walsh | November In Focus with Domnick Walsh | November
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Here is my photo Autumn Moon Rising over Foleys Glen Tralee. Taken with camera phone. Phil Fitz

 

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Photo of a Cameraman Well known around Kerry if not Ireland or Beyond. Taking Photos of Kerry Helps promote Our Fabulous Kerry Landmarks around the world. Denis G Fitzgerald Ballymacelligott.

 

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A Robin amongst the berries and Views of Autumn, A Ladybird 🐞 on a Blackberry  and these dogs. James Nelan Causeway Co Kerry.

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New month, new theme . Thank God for the mobile phone. No excuse to miss the present moment . John & I were on “The Winding Way down to Kells Bay”.  I think out loud “Stop , Look, Listen”. Glean Garbh as I knew this  part   in my childhood , looking better that ever . Memories etched forever in my heart & thanks to you  Dominic & Joe in photograph too. .  Agnes

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Blue Pool, Muckross, Killarney. Cecilia O'Shea

The Autumn days are are here again. The sun is sinking in the west . The Pampas grass is leaning fast to beat the heavy rain”..  Agnes O’Sullivan

Caragh Lake Denis G Fitzgerald Ballymacelligott.

 

AUTUMN ROAD & DEER at ROSS CASTLE. Denis G Fitzgerald Ballymacelligott

Photo was taken at the Upper Lake in Killarney in Nov 2021. 2nd photo at Derrycunnihy on the same day and 3rd photo is Derrycunnihy cascades on the same day. Noel O Neill
Dingle .

Autumn is the time of year when cattle are taken off the land, moved into sheds and fed hay or silage. Nora Nelligan.

The first two photos from Ballyseedy Wood - wonderful mix of foliage and a display of maybe ‘magic mushrooms’ - great place to wander this time of the year.

I love the fuchsia - a wonderful splash of colour in my garden when a lot of other plants are fading

I could not resist including the goat who decided he would raid our golf bags whilst we were playing golf recently in Lahinch.

These two photos were taken during an early morning outing in mid-October to Knockreer Killarney, where Park Ranger Pádraig outlined the comings and goings of the Red Deer Stags and Hinds during the rutting season. Photo 1: Knockreer Stag The Stag rushes to ward off an approaching stag who was attempting to encroach on his territory. Photo 2: Knockreer Stag and Hinds. The Stag returns to his Hinds, who seem remarkably unperturbed by the threatened intrusion.

Photograph after some rain I thought the reflections of the trees were nice in the water. Regards Frank O Sullivan.

Photos attached from Lily Elvins. They were taken in Ballyseedy Woods.

 

Autumn colours are from leslies woods Tarbert.1st photo the fallen leaves and one of the mighty old trees in the background 2nd photo of fading wild mushroom looking twords river shannon with the blue sky and green of the grass it stood out to me 3rd photo is wild mushrooms amongst the lovely colours of the woods.

The first photo was taken at Kilderry Wood, Milltown, the 2nd and 3rd photos were taken while out walking near the River Laune in Killorglin. Anna O'Sullivan

The National Park. Sheila Hanrahan

  1. Ballyseedy Wood, fungus on a tree 2. Swans at Ross Castle 3. Light on the Lighthouse in Fenit last Sunday. Siobhan O'Connor.

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