A trip to the local would normally mean to the local pub here, but with all the pubs still closed, now it’s a trip to the local beach! Much more healthy of course. This is another look at Béal Bán (White Mouth) Beach in Ballyferriter, on the Dingle Peninsula. My followers may remember several views from here in the past. I don’t like to go for a walk without my camera, so hopefully these photos are sufficiently different from previous versions.
I have a new camera for these past couple of months and I’ve recently realised that the date in the camera is in 2028! I thought I had re-set it but apparently not. Only discovered that after serious delving into why Google refused to publish a photo. They were unable to tell me why, but eventually I worked it out for myself. There are just too many photos taken now to change all the dates in, so hopefully these images don’t cause too much of a problem.
I never tire of watching the waves and capturing them.
Carraig Dubh (Black Rock) is the name of this rock – I’m told. I have been given other information, but I’ll go with the first.
It was quite a dull afternoon with glimpses of bright sunlight and dark shadows.
I find many of the normally sandy beaches here have a lot of stones on them recently, as the sand appears to have been dragged out with the storms. I hope the sand comes back with more storms. It does come and go a lot.
These birds were enjoying some quiet down time until I came along – they weren’t long moving.
Winter sea swimming has become so popular these days. They say it does wonders for your health. I’m not convinced.
Doubt if they expected waves this size!
Oops – they’re gone! They did re-appear.
Mount Brandon with a bright fluffy hat.
These cows were quietly enjoying the view over the sea.
I hope you enjoyed this trip to the local with me. These and many other photos of this beach and other local trips in the Ballyferriter area can be seen on this link: