Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Don't hope that the life preserver is needed some day.
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Looks chilly indeed, glad to see the life preserver so close to the water.
that water is moving! nice shot with the life preserver!
Not totally deserted.. you were there to take the photo ;)
Lovely composition here Bill.. can you believe even though we are still in summer, we will be having similar scenes as this and colder weather for the weekend, weird for us ☺
Looks windy and cold, nice splash of color !
That churning water confirms that it is windy out there.
Perfect caption for this shot. I let my imagination run away with me and that was really dumb. I mean can that life preserver get to me in time if I floundering in the surf? Sheesh!
Hey Bill. Stil zwijgend, maar alles zeggend.Groet Kees.
A very nicely composed shot, Bill! I can almost smell the seaweed and salty air!
I imagine that water is bone chilling.
...what, no kite surfers?
Not a day for a walk!
Hope they've never had to use the ring.
Lovely photo! I always enjoy the beach in the winter.
Lovely photograph. The caption is apt!
No. I don't think I'd be inclined to go wading!(Thanks for answering my question. That first shot did look like a foundation. I'm not used to seeing stonework like that on one, though.)
Looks lovely but very cold.
Love the touch of color!
A rough sea. We had some here recently but I didn't like any of my photographs so I pushed the delete button.