A little bit about Kerry:

Kerry faces the Atlantic Ocean and, typically for an Eastern-Atlantic coastal region, features many peninsulas and inlets, principally the Dingle Peninsula, the Iveragh Peninsula, and the Beara Peninsula. The county is bounded on the west by the Atlantic Ocean and on the north by the River Shannon. Kerry is one of the most mountainous regions of Ireland and contains two of its three highest mountains, Carrauntoohill, part of the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks range, and Mount Brandon, part of the Slieve Mish range. Just off the coast are a number of islands, including the Blasket Islands, Valentia Island and the Skelligs.  Skellig Michael is a World Heritage Site, famous for the medieval  monastery clinging to the island’s cliffs. The county contains the extreme west point of Ireland, Dunmore Head  on the Dingle Peninsula, or including islands, Tearaght Island,  part of the Blaskets. The most westerly inhabited area of Ireland is Dún Chaoin (Dunquin) on the Dingle Peninsula. The River Feale, the River Laune and the Roughty Riverflow through Kerry, into the Atlantic.

The Majority of the images supplied for this Website were generously donated by talented local photographer Kevin Langan.

Kevin Langan Photography

Kevin Langan is a landscape Photographer based in County Kerry. Langan has a degree in Fine Art from the Crawford College of Art & Design where he majored in Painting. His love affair with landscape photography developed while a student there after being exposed to the work of Ansel Adams, Edward Westen and Michael Kenna. His work now focuses exclusively on the landscape, whether it be in his native county of Kerry or further afield, he tries to capture the best of what nature can offer through the lens.