The Long Range can be described as either a wide river or a skinny lake, and it connects Muckross Lake and Lough Leane with the Upper Lake in Killarney. Flowing between the Eagle's Nest mountain and the Ring of Kerry road, it's a fine sight at any time.
This image, made from a helicopter on a fine summer's day, shows its meandering course westwards to the Upper Lake, nestled among the mountains.
Another beloved location for holidaymakers and surfers is the Maharees, a 5 kilometre long peninsula off the north coast of the Dingle peninsula. It’s actually a tombolo, a landform that occurs when an island or islands becomes attached to the shore by a spit of sand.
Ballynakill Harbour is adjacent to Letterfrack, a tourist hub for the nearby Connemara National Park. It sees few tourists, being off the beaten track. However, from the air it is a pleasing foreground for the Connemara hills in the background.
Diamond Hill is the prominent cone-shaped mountain in the centre of the image, with the Twelve Bens beyond. To its left, you can see straight down the Kylemore Glen with its abbey clinging to the slopes of Doughraugh Mountain to the left.