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Ireland / Scotland # 26-29 ~ brown Ireland

rugged ridge / on the road to Port ~ Donegal, Ireland • click to embiggen
road / rugged mountain / on the road to Port ~ Donegal, Ireland • click to embiggen
The Poisoned Glen ~ Dunlewey, Donegal, Ireland • click to embiggen
sheep / Atlantic Ocean ~ Port, Donegal, Ireland • click to embiggen
countryside / on the road to Glencolmcille ~ Donegal, Ireland • click to embiggen

Relative to not-what-I-thought Ireland would look like in yesterday's entry, I submit, as evidence, the below pictures. Although, I have included another picture, re; the green, green and more green of Ireland.

Read about The Poisoned Glen HERE.

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Just catching up on your recent post from Ireland that are very interesting for me. It's my part of the world and I know many of the locations intimately and to see how you photograph them is, as I say, interesting since I have photographed many myself. Donegal has indeed some of the most rugged landscape in Ireland with only Connemara (Counties Mayo and Galway) to rival it. I too am at home there. I hope you enjoyed your time here - it's a pity I missed you but, for at least part of the time, I was actually in the USA.


July 4, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterFrank

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