Waterville in Kerry. A preferred place for Charles Chaplin - perhaps because it sounded like vaudeville or perhaps becauseit's a fantastic place.
The town is sited on a narrow isthmus, with Lough Currane on the east side of the town, and Ballinskelligs Bay on the west, and the Currane River connecting the two.
The town's name in Irish refers to the river in the case of "The Little Whirlpool"
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jhm (136072) 2014-08-17 3:20
I think that this is the first time is that I bring a visit to your gallery.
Your picture is very big, but very pleasant to look at.
Sometimes play the people with the waves but a little dangerous.
The house and and slope in background are very attractive.
Technical perfectly made, with pleasant colours.
Excellent panoramic view with the grey blue tones.
Perspective and depth make these picture wonderful.
Excellent composition, nice presentation.
Very well done, TFS.
Have a nice day,
clic (14428) 2014-09-08 5:16
I consider Waterville is quite 'aptly named' because of its proximity to those tumultuous waters of Loch Luidheach!
In your picture it appears as a colourful linear city that pops out of muted décor color.
No wonder why Chaplin and his family adopted the spruce look of the premises.