The Old Kenmare Road is a hiking trail in County Kerry, Ireland, which connects the picturesque coastal town of Kenamre to the picturesque inland town of Killarney. The road was first described in the 1700's and was used by British troops as a means to access the center of County Kerry from the small port at Kenmare. Apart from written historical records of British troops using the road, there's physical evidence, there still today, as graffiti carved into a rock at the foot of Torc Mountain (seen illuminated by the morning light in the background). The inscription reads: "James Neill Tippy Rgt [Tipperary Regiment] 1815".
The trail is one of my favorite hikes in and around Killarney National Park, and the light rarely fails to impress, even if it decides to peek through the dark clouds for just a few moments.
The above photo is an extremely detailed 6 shot wide panorama. On the map below you can get an idea of where I took it. I had to off the trail for a bit, but it was a handy wee climb to get to my desired location.
The panorama will be for sale soon as a limited edition Fine-Art print in my online store. Thanks for reading.