a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
I shall not be answering any more of your questions on this blog until you start putting into practise some good manners sonny.
I have no idea what you are talking about.
Yes, your reply to my comment of yesterday needs to go on your blog and not as a private g- email to me.
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Marvellous shots !Tomás.
Beautiful sequence and scenes, Bill !Interesting places I would like to visit.
So lovely, Bill! If you check my blog today, you'll see I'd taken a road trip in southern Serbia (with my Irish friend, the one who lived in Killibegs). She reminded me that the rocky/grassy terrain we wandered over was like in Ireland. I am back, as you see, and will be visiting more often.
The view was definitely worth the up hill trek
Estradas rodeadas de grandes belezas.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.Andarilhar
Bill, these are a delight, number 1 is my favorite!
Super photos of the Sky Road and those amazing views! Love the stone walls and that last shot overlooking the colourful houses and beyond to the mountains!
Oh my goodness Bill! I have so enjoyed this walk with you both, here and last posts. The scenery is incroyable, so very 'Emerald Isle'! The Sky Road sculpture has a wee bit of the hangman look to it 😀
Some great views up there, Bill!
So many majestic views/panoramas. Love that "Baaa..." sign. And the town nestled down amidst the trees. Very nice!
Looks scenic plus good exercise!
How could you not love that donkey? :-)
Another outstanding walk! These are such beautiful scenes they have me longing to visit Ireland again. I've not had a chance to walk it as you are doing. First time I was with my limited mobility mother. Second time my husband whacked his head walking into a door (in the dark) and struggled with vertigo the rest of the trip.
What a nice posting. The landscape is fantastic, the artistic SKY ROAD sign is one to remember. And yes, I liked the sign with the Baaargain rooms :-)