Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain, near Sheep Haven Bay in north west of Co. Donegal,
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Somehow it's very similar to the skies here, including the seagulls.
Yes those skies look familiar to me too...:)
The gulls are happy to ply the air whatever the conditions.
A gathering of gulls?
It's going to rain.God bless.
Rain is coming. Or storm?https://prattenburgnatuurlijk.blogspot.com/
...dark skies have arrived here too.
Hello, pretty sky and I love seeing the gulls flying about. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy weekend!
Hitchcock would be surprised at your great photo. Have a nice weekend.
Rain on the way? Or just over?
Nice picture, Bill. We have clouds today also but we do need the rain.Enjoy the day and weekend.
A bit ominous.
Living near the ocean myself, I can almost hear the bird cries here Bill ✨
Makes me wonder where the fish are...
I like the flight of the gulls.
Typical indutrial estate
Nice composition with the gulls.
Fraaie foto Bill, en de vogels erbij, dat is mooi meegenomen.Groet kees.
I love all those birds soaring above you.
You can see just a little bit of the sun, nice photo.
I wonder what all the birds are attracted to? Cool shot!
They certainly like circling around like that. We often see them right in the city doing that too!
Love all the birds flying around!
Birds are going crazy. Maybe heading home for the night---their work is done. grey skyMB
Nice to see all the gulls flying around.
look dark sky
Brooding is what comes to mind.
Wow, lots of birds around there.
Those birds look like seagulls, but with longer wingspans. Dramatic photo.
Sea and seagulls are the ornaments of the coastal town.
Searching for food?
Cool capture of grey skies dotted with birds.
The pearly skies of Ireland.
Looks like home ... same gray sky, same gulls. But a better picture than the ones that come out of my camera on those kind of days.
That's a lot of gulls.All the best Jan