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Though it cannot be seen from the panorama, we are on the highest point of the largest of the uninhabited Blasket Islands, three kilometres off the coast of the Dingle Peninsula. Beyond the hump of the island you can see the mainland from where we took the ferry. There are, as you can see, countless shades and shapes of clouds.July 2013
Hilltops is a panoramic mapping project created and maintained by Helene Pertl and Pierce Gleeson. It is an expanding range of peaks we've climbed that can be navigated by line of sight. Where visible from the hilltops, we've pinpointed a selection of photographs taken between 2011 and today. The collection mixes both film and digital photographs. You can read more about the project here.