Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
When you have sea, you have seagulls. Piled rocks are an other chapiter. For that you need a pebble beach. Unheard of here in the Netherlands. Nice beach shot. I like it.
Very rocky coastlines there.
stacking rocks seems to be a popular thing! nice shot!
That is a gorgeous photo! Nicely done!
That's a pretty view!
The flat rocks here are perfect for rock piling.. I was so busy examining the rocks Bill, I almost missed your two seagulls on their lookout post guarding the bay 😊 super composition here.
Seagulls I see a lot of. But those rocks. Love them. I'll bet they are used extensively in local construction.
Well captured Bill! The light is lovely too and I noticed someone's been stacking stones there too!
Mooi Bill, vooral die keien op elkaar gestapeld op de voorgrond, de twee meeuwen op de uiterst rots in zee is echt 'n zoekplaatje.Groet kees.
...I like the stacked rocks.
I see stacked rocks often on hiking trails, but not so much on the beach. Maybe that is because most beaches in southwest Florida and southern New England are sandy, not rocky.
You do see piled rocks here on occasion as well.
Looks like a nice day!
What a pretty picture! Wonderful composition.
Somebody with excessive compulsion to organize has been busy, I think.
I've seen those stacks in a lot of places. I think they are referred to as cairns. The most we have seen are in Death Valley.
I'm with Bob Crowe. We also have seen lots of cairns in Death Valley. But we've also got rocky shores here and people like to pile 'em up. It may be a good way to keep bored children occupied.
dear God!!!this photo is breath taking!!!you are very Blessed with your camera handling !one can stare it for loooong...............Beautiful absolutely