seen from Creeslough, Co. Donegal.
Muckish is a distinctive mountain in the Derryveagh Mountains of County Donegal, Ireland. At 667.1 metres (2,189 ft), it is the third-highest peak in the Derryveagh Mountains and the 163rd highest in Ireland. Muckish is also the most northern and second highest of the mountain chain called the "Seven Sisters" by locals. The Seven Sisters are Muckish, Crocknalaragagh, Aghla Beg, Ardloughnabrackbaddy, Aghla More, Mackoght, and Errigal. (Info courtesy of Wikipedia)
Have you ever been up there?ReplyDelete
No but I would love to hike it.Delete
This sister looks very nice :)ReplyDelete
Wonderful view, don't you think?ReplyDelete
Wow what a sister. So now I am looking to even meet some more sisters.ReplyDelete
A nice quiet area.
Greeting from Patricia.
At first I read 6671 m and then I saw the decimal point! Curious that the height would be shown with such precision. I have never seen that before.ReplyDelete
Probably it was originally measured in feet, then converted to metres, hence the .1Delete
Hello, pretty view of the mountain. The Seven Sisters have some strange names.ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week.
A beautiful view of the mountain. Enjoy your day.ReplyDelete
...now this isn't what comes to mind when I think of term muck or muckish.ReplyDelete
The sister with the ugly name. Not justified at all by what I can see in the photo.ReplyDelete
The sister looks rather old and comfortable. It must make or a good hike!ReplyDelete
What a lovely and serene photo this is Bill.ReplyDelete
I love the beauty of the green against the mountain and the animals add their own special touch~
Interesting names. I like the division of the two colors in the landscape.ReplyDelete
Hmmmm, it's a very forbidding looking place, compared to all of the green beauty below it. It looks pretty steep, too. If you go hiking there, I hope there is a more gradual incline path you can take, to get to the top.ReplyDelete
Uma bela panorâmica.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e um bom mês de Junho.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
That's such a great picture. That dark mountain in the background really makes the green pop in the picture.ReplyDelete
Incredible names on the mountains. Love them!ReplyDelete
Glad they weren't my sisters. I'd never be able to pronounce their names.ReplyDelete
What a beauty!ReplyDelete
Ha Bill. Mooi om te weten, zo leer ik nog eens iets over Ierland. Je mag van mij meer zulke post doen, erg leuk meer over Ierland te weten.ReplyDelete
That looks beautiful - mountains are my favorite scenery, and I bet that one would have wonderful views.ReplyDelete
I love her. She's watching over her people.ReplyDelete
Ardloughnabrackbaddy. Now there's a mouthful! Muckish Mountain sounds easy by comparison. (Thank you for your kind comments on my Iceland pix. I appreciate them.)ReplyDelete
Pretty countryside there. Out thisaway that would be a hill but still with a mountain name. Behind us is Mt. Murray but really just a hillReplyDelete
I wish we had some green around here. We have had an unusually dry spring ... and there's a lot of brown right now. Summer rain, anyone?ReplyDelete
Scenic mountain and pretty capture there along the green pastures !ReplyDelete
I would be overwhelmed if I lived near such a mountain. It has such presence!ReplyDelete
Very nice....looks almost volcanic.ReplyDelete
The sisters had hard to spell names!ReplyDelete
I just love seeing and trying to pronounce the names of places there!ReplyDelete