Category Archives: Dursey

Dursey Island is a small island just off the end of the Beara Peninsula in south west Ireland, it is joined to the mainland with a cable car, the only cable car in Ireland. Here lots of photos and photography of the island.

Heading West from Castletownbere

So what is there to see and visit to the West of Castletownbere on the Beara Peninsula. Here is a film mainly of drone clips of different locations West side of the busy fishing port.

Watch a film of “Heading West from Castletownbere”

Heading West from Castletownbere

The drone is a DJI Phantom and the Camera used for some of the clips is a Nikon D7000 if you need a film making please do get in touch.

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Beara Sheep Shearing

Beara Sheep Shearing at Ballinacarriga at the farm of PJ “Ph├ádraig” 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.

If you can suggest the next film feel free to do so…

Watch a Short film of the Shearing here, enjoy

Beara Sheep Shearing

This film is shot close to the Lehanmore Community Centre

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Whales and Dolphins

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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