Tag: Kerry Mountains

The Story Behind The Photo: Above The Clouds In The Gap Of Dunloe

This entry is part 12 of 18 in the series The Story Behind The Photo
It has been a while since we ran an article in our 'Story Behind The Photo' series but it makes a return thanks to Billy Horan. Anyone who has been on the hills for a cloud inversion will appreciate what an amazing spectacle it can be. There are really few sights to beat the view of mountain-tops peaking out of a blanket of cloud like islands in the sea. This excellent photo from Billy Horan was taken above the Gap of Dunloe looking across at Carrauntoohil and shows it and the surrounding Read more [...]

Winter Wonderland: Snow on the Irish Mountains (Part 1)

Isn't there something special about a covering of snow on the mountains? We asked you to send in your photos of snow on the Irish Mountains and the response has been incredible. We've literally been snowed-under with photos so have decided to break the article into two pieces. This is the first of these articles; we hope to have the second one online soon. We feel that the pictures we've chosen demonstrate the beauty and diversity of the Irish mountains. A big thank-you to everyone who sent Read more [...]