Skellig Michael is a twin-pinnacled crag situated 11.6 kilometres west of the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland. The larger of the two Skellig Islands, the island is known for its steep landscape, the Gaelic monastery founded between the 6th and 8th century, and its variety of inhabiting species, including gannets, puffins, a colony of razorbills and a resident population of approximately fifty grey seals. The rock contains the remains of a tower house, a megalithic stone row and a cross inscribed slab known as the “Wailing Woman”.
The Skelligs have risen to dramatic prominence recently – literally – due to its starring role as Luke Skywalker’s Island Sanctuary on the planet Ahch-To in both Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens and Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi. A must see when visiting Ireland, its definitely like being on another planet.
Lough Dan is a boomerang-shaped ribbon lake near Roundwood, County Wicklow, Ireland. It is a popular area for hikers and kayakers and lies very close to the Wicklow Way. Lough Dan has been used as a film location by many of the period films and dramas such as Becoming Jane, The Tudors, Camelot, King Arthur and many more.
Great memories from my childhood at this beach, the beach stretches for more than 20 miles south towards Ballinesker Beach. An interesting fact, the D-Day scenes from Saving Private Ryan were filmed along these locations.
Very foggy at Giant’s Causeway, but it was great for some eerie shots. Would highly recommend visiting this place.
Spent a few hours in Belfast to observe the amazing street art hidden between the narrow streets. Also got some great shots at the Titanic Museum along the docks. Would definitely recommend a visit to Belfast for a weekend.