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Stunning Coumeenole Beach, one of Ireland's most amazing beaches, is located near the village of Dunquin on the Dingle Peninsula, Kerry, Ireland. The coastal drive takes in spectacular scenery of the peninsula’s finest views, along the slopes of Mount Eagle to Slea Head. This stretch is famous not only for it's outstanding scenery but as well for it's concentration of archaeological sites, such as the famous Beehive huts.
This photograph was taken during my trip to Kerry in 2007. It was the last time I used my Mamiya 7 film camera. Coumeenole Beach is one of my favourite beaches in Ireland. It was used for a scene in the David Lean's 1970 film, Ryan's Daughter.
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