Donegal- The Coolest Place on the Planet#2


Cows grazing near Dooey Beach

Last week, I showcased some of my best photographs of County Donegal, which was recently voted “The coolest place on the planet” by National Geographic Traveller(UK).

I feel incredibly blessed to live here.

As promised, I am sharing more posts on Donegal.


Mullaghderg Beach

Walking the Wild Atlantic Way included photographs of both Dooey and Mullaghderg beaches.  There are a total of thirteen Blue Flag beaches in Donegal!


Carrickfin Beach 

The Homes of Donegal featured my first video, filmed on Carrickfin Beach.


Errigal Mountain

The Wild Atlantic Way – Carrickfin included another photograph of Donegal’s highest peak – Errigal Mountain.  This photograph was taken from the bay near my village, on a sunny November day.

Finally, I cannot complete this post without including my favourite gardens.


The Walled Garden with Glenveagh Castle in the Background

The Gardens of Glenveagh Castle included a number of photographs of these gardens, which I was very blessed to work in some years ago.  I make a point of returning at least once a year.

“The Gardens of Glenveagh Castle” was one of your favourite posts of 2016.

Happy Christmas and wishing you all many blessings in 2017.


  1. Wow how cool is that!!! 😉 I swear I could smell the ocean. I love the castle, I love all things castle-like, perhaps I lived during the castle era because it so resonates with me, and wearing gowns like they used to and the tall, pointy hats with the chiffon attached! Your homeland is beautiful, it explains why you have such a beautiful soul. xo

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