Images from a late Summer trip to the North West of Ireland. All shots with Pentax K-1 DSLR, Sigma 24mm F2.8 Super Wide II Macro, the three princesses (smc Pentax FA 31mm F1.8 AL Limited, smc Pentax FA 43mm F1.9 AL Limited, smc Pentax FA 77mm F1.8 AL), and smc Pentax FA 100mm Macro F2.8 WR.
Local marketing has it that “Donegal has it all” and so it is – green meadows, beautiful lonely beaches, impressive cliffs, and friendly people. Shots from Saint John’s Point, Killybegs, Slieve League, Glencolumbville, Carrick, and Ardara.
Although the border between the Republic of Ireland and the UK province is all but inexistent these days (let’s wait for Brexit to change all that again), the relics of the “troubles” are still all too present on the walls of the town and sometimes even in the heads of its inhabitants.
The Irish capital is the “City of Writers & Fighters, Thinkers & Drinkers” where everybody has a story to tell and literature is ever-present.
Awesome pictures! 🙂