You might say Number five of seven from the Kerry County side near the top of Healy Pass, R574 is the same as number four and not be far from correct. Indeed, while Number 5 is very different from View One, taken nearby, it differs from Number 4 in an improved orientation of the horizon.
The Mark III Canon dslr used here does not have a leveling guide, or if it does I was unaware. I perfected the orientation through several exposures, of which Number Five was one. Each photograph from this series provides a bit of information about the sight. Start with Number One and progress through each to obtain a full exposition.
Beara Peninsula, Coolcreen townland, County Kerry, Republic of Ireland.
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I just know it’s a beautiful picture❤️
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