Donegal Photography 2


Fanad Head Lighthouse Co Donegal. Fanad Head Lighthouse is situated on the northern coast of the Fanad Peninsula in North Donegal. The original building was commissioned following the Saldanha wreck. Building commenced in 1815. The light was first lit on St. Patrick’s Day 17th March 1817.
Snow Bound Biddys O'Barnes Barnesmore County Donegal. Biddy's O'Barnes was originally an Inn dating back to the mid 18th century, a time when the Coach was the main form of transport, here was a stopping point, where horses were rested, and travellers relaxed before the next stage of their long and tiring journey through the Gap. The Derry/Sligo mailcoach was a particular target for highwaymen and this stretch of road was notorious for robbers. Not only were the mail coaches held up, but travellers themselves were robbed of their belongings. The highwaymen faded away with the arrival of the train. Even then, Biddys still played a vital role as a stopping point for passengers, with people finding travel more accessible than ever. Biddys O’Barnes to this day remains a stopping point for today’s traveller.
A Frozen Lough Mourne with Barnesmore Gap County Donegal during the Winter of 2010.
Lough Eske or Lake of Fish surrounded by the Bluestack Mountains Co Donegal
Blue Boat on the Lake of Fish, Lough Eske County Donegal
As the sun rises the Red Mountains appear at Lough Eske Co Donegal
Reflections on Lough Mourne Barnesmore Co Donegal
Glenveagh Nationa Park just after sunset. Churchill County Donegal
Lamp Post After Sunset looking out towards Slieve League from Bundoran Co Donegal
Lough Eske Reflections surrounded by the Bluestack Mountains Co Donegal
Shadows on the morning walk at Lough Eske or Lake of Fish outside Donegal Town County Donegal
After the last light on the Notice Board on Rossnowlagh Beach County Donegal
Men in the water at Bundoran Co Donegal
Somewhere in Donegal Bay County Donegal
The Serenity of the Scene, Donegal Bay County Donegal
Awesome Sun just setting in Donegal Bay taken from the Old Abbey in Donegal Town Co Donegal
Awesome Sun just setting in Donegal Bay taken from the Old Abbey in Donegal Town Co Donegal
Sun setting in Donegal Bay taken from the Old Abbey in Donegal Town Co Donegal
Sun setting in Donegal Bay taken from the Old Abbey in Donegal Town Co Donegal
Sunset from the Old Abbey, Donegal Town, Co Donegal
Sunset at The ruins of the ancient Mc Swyne’s Castle St John’s Point Dunkineely County Donegal
After Sunset at Salmon Inn Mullinasole County Donegal
Swans in the Sunset.
Rossnowlagh Beach Co Donegal Rossnowlagh or Ros Neamhlach, meaning "heavenly headland" situated about 8.5 km north of Ballyshannon and 16.0 km southwest of Donegal Town. The beach is 3 km long, frequented by walkers, surfers, wind-surfers, kite-surfers and swimmers.