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Llŷn from Ireland 16/9/10
  
It is often possible to see the Wicklow Mountains from here on Llŷn, and there are many photographs on the web to prove this. However, up until now, I've not found any back the other way.

There is only about 45 miles between the tip of Llŷn and the east coast of Ireland, but conditions have to be very clear to be able to see from one side to another - and we are only able to see across thanks to high ground on both sides. The best photos I've come across so far were taken by Michael Connaughton, from the road which links Newtownmountkennedy and Roundwood in County Wicklow.

The hills of the peninsula are quite easy to pick out:


Yr Eifl (left) to Garn Boduan (right). Photo: Michael Connaughton


Left to right: Garn Fadryn, Mynydd Rhiw, Mynydd Anelog & Mynydd Mawr (the tip of the peninsula). Photo: Michael Connaughton

There is a full, labled panorama here...

Fantastic photos I'm sure you will agree!

You can see full versions of the photos above by clicking here...

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