Dungloe developed as a town in the middle of the 18th century, and now serves as the administrative and retail centre for the west of County Donegal.
Wonderful view. So quiet and peaceful.God bless.
I like your perspective here Bill, your countryside and harbour both appeal to me ✨
As pretty as a picture. ;-)
And a lovely countryside it is.
Is that the rush hour?
Hello, beautiful countryside, lovely view! Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week.
Very pleasant countryside indeed. I hope there are walking paths.
wonderful picture through a beautiful landscape
Uma bela perspectiva, aproveito para desejar um bom Domingo.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
That photodraws you in...
Let’s go for a long walk Bill.
I hope this is a one way road or that drivers can get creative when they meet on this road.
Prachtige landelijke weg Bill.groet kees.
You share the most wonderful photos. Makes me want to visit there!Have a wonderful day.
...I wonder what is off in the distance.
Love the contrast of the sun on the hill and the darkness of the road.It just shows that sometimes we have to walk a dark road to get to the light at its end.A beautiful and spiritual photo for a Sunday Bill~
Beautiful scenery. Road pictures always make me want see what is just up ahead or around the curve.
Nice green countryside. Kinda like Western Washington.MB
Hi Bill,someday I will come to Ireland once and then I will take this road. Looks like a lot of fun to drive there too close to the harbor :-)Greetings, Helma
Oh that is so pretty. I don't see many sights like this one around here.
Pleasing to the eye!
I hope to see sights like that myself one day! ;-)
A nice quiet road, I'd like to take a walk along between the hedgerows.
Such a beautiful photograph …All the best Jan
So very green. Can almost feel the air.
Would love to go riding there! Lovely frame!
That road holds promise of adventure.
I love the Irish countryside.
Great to be on the coast one minute and in that beautiful countryside a short while later, actually, that does remind me of the Oregon and Northern California coastal areas. Same thing could happen.
Looks like it would be a very peaceful drive.