From Dingle Peninsula.
We thought we were going for a walk on the beach, but our guide walked us up some paths cutting through farmers’ fields (complete with an escaped goat) to see a site with old fort ruins as well as a grave for unbaptised babies who died in the Famine—well worth a little walk. There are many sites like these on privately owned lands, but because they are national monuments it’s expected that visitors are allowed access.
I took so. many. landscape photos in Ireland it was hard to pick just one for this challenge! I took this quickly as we were hiking down, and it turned out to be one of my favorite photos from the trip.