The traveler: Teya Winn of Plymouth.
The scene: A sheep poked its head through a fence to munch grasses in Ireland’s lush County Kerry, where sheep fields blanket the land.
The trip: In late July, Teya, 15, took a 10-day family trip through Ireland with her mother, Lynn Petros, her stepfather, Kevin McDermott, and her extended McDermott family. She photographed the sheep during an adventure in the area of Slea Head, on the westernmost tip of the Dingle Peninsula, where the family took a day hike in the rain, “exploring one of Mother Nature’s greatest creations of cliffs, beaches and views of the nearby Blanket Islands,” according to Kevin McDermott.
How she got the shot: Teya kept trying to take photographs of sheep that appear throughout the area, but had little luck unless the car was stopped at a wayside. When she took her turn riding in the front passenger seat, where it was easy to take in the views, she used her iPhone 7 to capture this sheep — at 60 miles an hour. “This one caught her eye because the sheep had its head stuck through the fence grabbing the grass that was off limits even though it had a spectacular field of emerald deliciousness behind it,” McDermott wrote.
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