Inch Strand on the Dingle Peninsula

Inch village is about 19 km west of Castlemaine in county Kerry, on the famous Wild Atlantic Way.

Inch strand is a small peninsula that sticks out into the Dingle Bay like a tooth and on a day like today is a paradise for surfers and other sporty people. But even just sighseeing blows your socks off with this kind of panorama.

Inch is only 15 minutes away from where I live, so when weather and light look right I jump into my trusty van and go for a shooting. Highly recommended!

As always, all images are copyright © Johann Brandstätter Photography and available for licensing.

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