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December Daily | Day 5

December Daily | Day 5

December Daily | Day 5

The Gap of Dunloe has been a favourite of ours to shoot, both professionally and personally. Most days it’s busy with tourists and walking tours, some days you can be really lucky and have it all to yourself. If walking or cycling is your hobby then take a day to explore and shoot, it’s certainly worth it in any season.

Keith captured these images in December 2015, the last time we had early winter snow. With frost and snow forecast this weekend, we’re hoping we can recreate something just a special.

If you love what you do, the early starts, bad weather, freezing fingers and toes are quickly forgotten. Being out and about in Ireland’s beautiful landscape is the dream!

We’re blessed to live with the mountains, trees and sea so close by, there is something new to capture everyday. If you would like to join Keith on one of these adventures, we have bespoke One to One Tuition Courses available. Tailored to each student, the courses would suit both beginners and seasoned photographers alike. 

December Daily | Day 5 | Gap of Dunloe

December Daily | Day 5
                                                                                               Freezing snow & fog over the Gap of Dunloe
                                                      A Winter sunrise over the lake situated at the foot of the Gap of Dunloe, Kerry, Ireland
The Wishing Bridge
                                        The Wishing Bridge in the middle of Killarney’s Gap of Dunloe part of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.
Gap Bridge
                                                           The Gap of Dunloe has three bridges on the way to the summit this is the first. 

To read more about The Gap of Dunloe and it’s surrounding areas such as Lord Brandons Cottage, Eagles Nest or The Black Valley, read our Travel section!

Hope you all have a great Tuesday!