One of our favourite corners of Ireland is Conemarra in County Galway on the west coast. When we were there in 2006 we stayed in a tiny cottage on a bare slope, where there were more stones than grazing land. The waterways were virtually deserted, just right for peaceful reflection and sketching. Nearby was the most picturesque fishing harbor, a little town called Roundstone, with a seafood restaurant. We dined at ODowd’s, and watched the sun set over the Twelve Pins (or Bens), and lights slowly come on around the bay.
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Lots of amazing photographs here. I haven’t had a chance to visit Ireland yet but I heard that it’s a beautiful place. I like your ‘solitude’ photograph the best.
Beautiful photos, Christine. I’ve visited Ireland a couple of times and lovely the scenery there. The Ring of Kerry was a real joy. 😉
Gorgeous “S’s”. Solitude for sure!
I could really get used to solitude, seafood and sunset! What a nice combination. Great photos!
your Ireland slide show = soul soothing simplicity!
Very nice Slideshow Christine 🙂
I’m just catching up, as you can see. Do like that shot of the ‘holy’ dry stone wall:)