Photographer's Note

My 100th shot on TrekEarth (I'd deleted a couple due to lack of interest).

This is an older shot, taken with a point and shoot Minolta. The quality isn't the best, but it's one of my favorite scenic places of any I've visited. I'd love to go back with the D70, which I didn't have at the time.

The Healey Pass separates County Cork from County Kerry in southwestern Ireland. As you approach on the Cork side, you wind back and forth up a hill that is rocky and barren, windswept and treeless.

Then you crest the pass over the Caha mountains and suddenly the world changes. Lush green valleys await, fed by the rain and sun patterns here. This is your view as you cross over the pass and look out over the Beara peninsula and the sea beyond.

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Additional Photos by Clifton Wilmsmeyer (CliffW) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 431 W: 73 N: 337] (2381)
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