Baily Lighthouse, Dublin

Dublin's Baily Lighthouse overlooking Dublin Bay and, beyond, the Wicklow Mountains. Dublin's Baily Lighthouse overlooking Dublin Bay and, beyond, the Wicklow Mountains.

Dublin's Baily Lighthouse, overlooking the UNESCO designated wildlife reserve of Dublin Bay the lighthouse is a famous sight for locals and tourists alike in Howth and County Dublin.

The lighthouse on Dublin's Howth Head has guarded ships entering and leaving Dublin Bay, Dublin Port and Dun Laoghaire, as well as those moving through the Irish Sea, for over 200 years.

Built in 1814 the Baily Lighthouse is now automated and sits on a site of the original lighthouse dating to the 1660s.

Here the lighthouse shines out over a dark, moody day on Dublin Bay.

Join Panoramic Ireland on a photography workshop to learn how to photograph Baily Lighthouse and the Irish coast.

Last modified on Saturday, 14 April 2018 00:29

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