No need for the white line on the Bog road in Gortnascarry. This grass margin on quieter rural roads are humorously called 'Mohican Roads' 201.
The majestic scenery which is so much a part of the beauty of the kingdom of Kerry. Glounaguillach North 2015.
Misty poses for her photo in front of a piece of Bog Oak which is a remnant of an era when Ireland was covered in forest. Glounaguillagh North 2015.
John Anthony O'Brien with his son Brendan in the background indent the freshly harvested turf (peat). When the turf dries it breaks at this point making it easier to gather. Glounaguillagh North 2015.
The freshly indented turf (peat) will be left to dry and then turned for further drying before being gathered to fuel the fires of South Kerry in the coming winter. Glounaguillagh North 2015.
Brendan O'Brien of Caragh Lake prepares to power ahead with the work, 2015.
Patsy Foley of Caragh Lake surveys the freshly spread turf (peat) in his Bog, 2015.
One of the wildflowers of the May is the Bog Cotton, which thrives in the bog lands of Kerry. Caragh Lake 2015.
The highlands of Caragh Lake with the McGillycuddy Reeks in the background,2015.
The setting sun is framed by the arm of the Caterpillar in this photo taken in Caragh Lake, 2015.
A familiar sight for anybody travelling the roads of Kerry at the moment with the Gorse in full bloom confirming that the green and gold of Kerry not only appears on our footballers jerseys.
There are roughly 400 known ogham inscriptions on stone monuments scattered around the west coast of Ireland, particularly in Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula , the bulk of them dating to the 4th and...
A Douglas C47 Military Skytrain similar to the plane that crashed into the mountain cliffs of Cumeenapéiste near Corrán Tuathal Kerry on December 17th 1943 tragically claiming the lives of the five American Airmen...
Donkey and cart journey. It was a common mode of transport in rural Ireland during the 1960's and early 1970's.
Cromane Mussels being prepared for export, circa 1970.
One of Kerry's best known Wildflower Mountbretia. A profusion which can be seen on the roadsides of Kerry.
My Wild Irish Rose, the sweetest flower that grows.
A collage of black and white images of Killorglin in Jones' Supermarket, Main Street, Killorglin, 2014.