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Irish Emerald
Photo By Gerard Hutton

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Photographer: Gerard Hutton

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  • Title: Irish Emerald
  • State/Province/Region (required):
  • Country (required): Ireland
  • Nearest Town: KENMARE
  • Description: INCHAQUIN FALLS are at the center of Gleninchaquin Park.They are the largest of the falls,500ft from top to bottom.With many cascades flowing through mossy boulders and lush green grass.Definitely one of God's gardens.
  • Brief Directions: located off the Castletownbere Road ,Kenmare KY Ireland. Part of the southwest Beara Peninsula.
  • Notes: Plan your visit when prolonged heavy rain is forecast as that is when the falls are at their best.Most of the year they are a trickle of streams. When you reach the sign (left to Gleninchaquin Park) If you take the right fork it will take you to Uragh Stone circle ,which is an absolute must see.Set in the most ideal of landscapes with a view of the falls in the distance.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Gear: NIKON D2X. SIGMA 12-24 LENS. MANFROTTO O55B TRIPOD

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