When we visited the Ring of Kerry, our CIE Tour Guide pointed out the hill in this photo. The greenery is lovely to see, but if you look closely it is like thick molasses poured over a dark bowl. It slowly slips into the Atlantic ocean. According to Nutty Birdwatcher, trees used to cover Ireland from shore-to-shore.
Balancing economics and industry with protecting Ireland’s geological jewels becomes more challenging with each passing year.
Can anybody or provide the name or geological coordinates for this photograph?