Little Skellig, County Kerry, Ireland

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    Little Skellig is the smaller of the two Skellig Islands, situated some 14 kilometers off the coast of County Kerry, Ireland. Like its larger neighbour Skellig Michael, it is steep, rocky and uninhabited by humans. It rises to 134 metres above sea level, and is best known as the site of Ireland's largest gannet colony, with 22,500 pairs in 1993. The island is a nature reserve, closed to the public.

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    1. oòòAndrèèè [deleted] 78 months ago | reply


    2. Gingercat2008 78 months ago | reply

      Beautiful, cold and rugged! Great shot!

      Seen in Unaltered Nature and Landscapes

    3. Roger Wyrick 78 months ago | reply

      Lovely photo. The beautiful shades of blue are perfect.

    4. kckelleher11 78 months ago | reply

      Stunning photo. Makes me want to visit.

    5. @PAkDocK / 77 months ago | reply

      Execution is great and the idea is awesome.So nice!!

    6. hazel.kiek 71 months ago | reply

      I was born in County Kerry.. this is amazing.

    7. jonbrown13 57 months ago | reply

      wow that some colony

    8. NoelleBuske 39 months ago | reply

      So beautiful... Wow

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