On the second day on the Dingle Peninsula small rain storms were passing over the area which made for some gorgeous clouds and lighting. Here is the second set of the Dingle Peninsula.
Some More on the Dingle Peninsula via Wikipedia.org:
The Dingle Peninsula is the smaller and northernmost of the two peninsulas that make up County Kerry, in Southwest Ireland. The landscape is wild and beautiful from the eastern spine of the peninsula in the steep Slieve Mish (mountain of phantoms) to the western end where the land breaks into a scattering of uninhabited and dramatic islands and cliffs and beaches alternate around the coast. Dingle town (An Daingean) is small enough to walk and big enough to be lively.
Once described by the National Geographic Traveler as one of the most beautiful place on earth, the Dingle Peninsula is a place of intense allure, with a plethora of green landscapes, rocky hills, long sandy beaches and staggering cliff edges. The warm Gulf Stream reaches the peninsula, giving has a wonderful mixture of sometimes rare and unusual flora and fauna.
See the rest of the Dingle Peninsula Series. The second day’s images are at the end.