I visited the Killarney National Park in County Kerry during the season of spring to photograph its greatest attraction, the Yew Forest near the Muckross Lake. As Yew is very rarely seen in Ireland it makes this part of the national park very unique and spectacular. With their small stature and large branches, the Yew trees boast an unusual appearance. The ridges running upward as a sign of their maturity, these trees are a pleasure to the eye. The 360-degree photograph encapsulates its elegance with peek from Muckross Lake in the background.