Priest Leap Snow
The Priests Leap – According to local tradition, the stems from an old , in which a priest pursued by soldiers escaped by a miraculous leap of his horse from a mountain cliff in the townland of into the County Cork. The pursuit of the priest began in the townland of where a rock, which allegedly melted under the pursuing hounds, can still be seen today. The rock, deeply pitted with what look like pawmarks, is situated near the main road to Kenmare. It is known locally as Carraig na Gadharaigh. Marks of the priest’s knees and hands and of the horse’s hooves appear on another rock a few miles from , where he is said to have landed after his miraculous leap.
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Bantry is a beautiful and modern harbour town in West Cork, one of the most picturesque parts of Ireland.
It is located along the renowned Wild Atlantic Way touring route and is the perfect base from which to explore these stunning lands. The people here embrace visitors as one of their own, so don’t be surprised if locals strike up a conversation or wave hello to you as you drive past.
Adrian Cronin was born in Bantry, the Heart of West Cork. Having studied fisheries science in Tralee he then worked in Greece, Connemara & East Cork before returning to and settling down in Bantry. He married Caroline and 3 sons later they now own Bantry Photo Shop.
His love of nature and scenery can be seen in his photographic works.
If you call to the shop and he’s not there you can most likely find him on a hilltop or coastline with his trusty Canon camera in hand.