Autumn Mist on Muckross Lake, County Kerry, Ireland

Autumn Mist on Muckross Lake

Autumn Mist on Muckross Lake

An Autumn mist descends on Muckross Lake, one of the three lakes of Killarney National Park in County Kerry, Ireland.

The 10,236-hectare (26,000 acres) park was Ireland’s first National Park, established in 1932.

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Hosting a varied range of native vegetation including Oaks, Yews, evergreens and shrubs, the temperate Kerry climate also provides a rainforest-like habitat for mosses and lichens.

UNESCO designated Killarney National Park as a Biosphere Reserve in 1981.

The park rests at the foot of Ireland’s tallest mountain range — McGillycuddy’s Reeks — rising up to over 1,000 metres (about 3,000 feet).

Truly an enchanting place for a long hike…

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