A Walk Down Memory Lane

Approaching my late mother’s childhood home If you who have been following this blog of late, you will already know that Donegal was recently voted “The Coolest Place on the Planet” by National Geographic Traveller (UK).   Walks has thus been added to my “Cloud Category” widget, and I shall be posting more photographs of Donegal’s rugged, natural beauty, in the months to come… […]

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Wild Atlantic Waves

Video of Mullaghderg Beach The last of my Christmas shopping was completed on Thursday, as “Storm Barbara” was approaching the shores of Donegal.  In the featured photograph, she is creating huge waves off Cruit Island. I drove to Mullaghderg Beach to capture more of these awesome waves for posterity.  I could not resist making another video! Mullaghderg Beach with the mighty Atlantic […]

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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 […]

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Errigal Mountain

  Errigal Mountain – the highest peak in Donegal at 2457 feet I lost my photographic mojo for a couple of months, due to the loss of thousands of photographs from the hard drive of my old computer.  Sadly, they cannot be retrieved despite professional intervention… I would urge you to keep backups of everything, as once lost, files are gone forever… Happily, there […]

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Fences

Barbed wire fences erected to maintain boundaries and secure farm animals I am finally entering  Dutch Goes The Photo Challenge This weeks photo challenge subject is – fences.  I am reminded of the saying “Good fences make good neighbours” attributed to the poem “Mending Wall” by Robert Frost. In the poem two farmers are rebuilding a stone wall on the boundary […]

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