Landscape Photographs of County Donegal 3

Biddys O'Barnes, Ardnawark, Barnesmore, County Donegal.
Glenveagh National Park County Donegal Ireland. The Park covers 170 square kilometres of hillside above Glenveagh Castle on the shore of Lough Veagh (Loch Ghleann Bheatha), 20 km from Gweedore in County Donegal. The network of mainly informal gardens displays a multitude of exotic and delicate plants from as far afield as Chile, Madeira and Tasmania, all sheltered by windbreaks of pine trees and ornamental rhododendrons.
The Twin Towns of Ballybofey and Stranorlar, County Donegal, Ireland. The impressive and elegant five arch bridge over the River Finn, built in 1780 and extended in 1860.
Lough Eske, County Donegal, Ireland.
Dunlewey, Gweedore, County Donegal, Ireland. Church of the Sacred Heart in a magical location with Errigal Mountain in the background.
Mountcharles, County Donegal, Ireland.
Purple Pass, Granny Pass, or Granny Glen, County Donegal, Ireland. An absolute must if you are in the Ardara area. Drive out to Assaranca Waterfall and the unspoiled expansive sandy beach of Maghera, (and caves), then on to this ‘little travelled’ pass leading to Glencolmcille and An Port. This photo is taken from high at the top of the Pass, in the purple hills, looking down towards Maghera Beach, and Loughros Point, with the Glen River running alongside the road in the valley.
Lough Eske Donegal Ireland.
Raphoe Castle, Raphoe, County Donegal, Ireland.
Gartan Lake, Churchill, County Donegal, Ireland.
Lough Finn, Fintown, County Donegal, Ireland. "The Main Attraction". An Mhuc Dhubh, the Fintown Railway, and Donegal's only operational narrow gauge railway, takes visitors on a run along the length of Lough Finn and back.
Magheraclogher Beach, Bunbeg, County Donegal, Ireland. Bád Eddie lies on Bunbeg's Magheraclogher Beach. Originally built in France, the boat was bought by local fisherman Eddie Gillespie but washed ashore in the 1970s.
Barnesmore, County Donegal, Ireland.
Doochary, County Donegal, Ireland.
Lough Barra, County Donegal, Ireland.
Donegal Town with Lough Eske in the distance, County Donegal, Ireland.
Dunlewey, Gweedore, County Donegal, Ireland.
The Steeple, Mullaghagarry Tower, Mullaghagarry, Stranorlar, County Donegal, Ireland.
Drumboe Woods, Stranorlar, County Donegal, Ireland.
The Twin Towns, Ballybofey and Stranorlar, County Donegal, Ireland.
Cashelnavean, Lough Mourne, County Donegal, Ireland.
Lough Mourne and Barnesmore Gap, County Donegal, Ireland. The Blue Stack Mountains, also called the Croaghgorms (In Irish, na Cruacha Gorma, meaning "the blue stacks"), are the major mountain range in the South of County Donegal, Ireland. They provide a barrier between the south of the county, such as Donegal Town and Ballyshannon, and the towns to the north and west such as Dungloe and Letterkenny. The road between the two parts of the county goes through the Barnesmore Gap.
Barnesmore, County Donegal, Ireland. Folklore has it that the railway was responsible for reintroducing the beech tree to Donegal. In the image, to the left of the N15, the course of the railway line can be traced by picking out the beeches which were planted as lineside hedging. Donegal Bay and Donegal Town in the distance with Lough Eske to the right.
Donegal Quay, Donegal Town, County Donegal, Ireland