The Beara Peninsula is a spectacular peninsula. One of the fingers of land jutting out of the south west corner of Ireland in Munster. It is saved of all the hustle and bustle that can be found in Kerry, simply as it is not possible to drive around in a coach. Here lots of photos and photography of the region.
Beara Sheep Shearing at Ballinacarriga at the farm of PJ “Phàdraig” O’Sullivan on the very end of the Beara Peninsula overlooking Dursey Island. PJ got a sheep shearing team in for the day and got all of his sheep done in one go. This is the second film in the new series of “Beara Paople and Places” and again there was no acting. The filming was done on the go, no stopping the action for special shots.
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Derreen Garden located in Lauragh on the Beara Peninsula. Website here, this is the first in a series of films that we will be making this year about “Beara People and Places”. We visited the Garden for just a few hours and shot all the clips in one visit. There was no acting out of scenes it was a case of running after the gardeners as they were working. The gardens are maintained by two full time gardeners and two part timers also come along in the afternoons. The garden is well worth visiting any time of the year and are spectacular.
Watch a short video of the Gardens and Gardeners here, enjoy
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Whales and Dolphins have been around and lucky for some, Patrick Lyne from the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group organised a boat and a group of people got to go out for two hours to see the beautiful creatures. 5 Humpback whales, Minke Whale and a few hundred common dolphins. As well as numerous sea birds. The 12 people on the boat had a great time and saw some truly fantastic animals.
And a second trip out with an underwater camera to add some clips to the film, Basking Shark and Dolphins
Watch a short video here from Nadette Charlet
Whales and Dolphins
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