Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Really wonderful views where you live.God bless, Bill.
Hoi Bill, Prachtige beelden van deze berglandschappen, mag je van mij vaker tonen, ja helaas hebben wij die hier niet.Groet Kees.
Oh that is nice, we have seen those peat fields too, wonderful photos of these.
Wow, gorgeous views! Enjoy your day and week ahead.
Are they still removing peat?
Yes, there were some bags around that had peat in them but still need to be picked up.
Belas panorâmicas e aproveito para desejar um bom mês de Outubro.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
...is it still burned for heat?
Some people still use it for heat.
Such beautiful countryside! Love it!
Wonderful landscape view of the country and i enjoyed the sky as well!
Such Magical Landscapes There - Wonderful Shots Cheers
Hi Bill.Great photos Bill.Greeting from Patricia.
I didn't realize that some people used peat for heat still!
Your 2nd photo is like a painting. Beautiful!
Those views! Nice!
Beautiful views, Bill!
Such a gorgeous view!
someone has to stay serine
What everyone has said...twice over!
I'm going to have look at the map of Ireland and get the lay of the land. I've read some of Patrick Taylor's stories and should check a map.
A wonderful view
Spectacular view. A beautiful country.
Patrick Taylor has written some great stories.
What beautiful views!
That is quite a view!!
Loved the 2nd pic.
Nice shots! It looks like you don't have to travel far to get away from town.
Gosh folk have been using peat for hundreds of years, didn't realise it was still a thing! Gorgeous views Bill ✨