SCENES from IRELAND
40. Dingle Town and Harbour (An Daingean), Dingle Peninsular, County Kerry
Looking down from the road from Ballyferriter at the narrow entrance to Dingle Harbour, note the beautiful crimson-red fuchsia on the right, very common in the hedgerows of Kerry.
The fishing boats in Dingle Harbour.
The colourful pubs and B&B houses near the harbour in Dingle Town.
Sculpture of Fungie the dolphin who lives in Dingle Harbour to the delight of local business and thousands of tourists and below, one of the ferry boats from which you can take a sea and harbour trip out to see Fungie.
The streets and colourful houses of Dingle Town.
Street musicians and other entertainers-performers are around in the summer season.
Jeanie Johnston, a fine sailing ship in Dingle Harbour.
The bow of the Jeanie Johnston, a tree sculpture by Saint Mary's Church built in 1862 (interior pictured below).
The aquarium sea-life centre.
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