Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain, near Sheep Haven Bay in north west of Co. Donegal,
Looks like a fine day. Very gray in my area today.
I can nearly smell the water Bill.
Jump in and swim!!!OK, too cold, is it... 12C here only (air temp). We finally had a bit of rain at least, sun is hiding now. Anyhows, a good day, Bill :-)
Lovely photo Bill. It is beautiful there.On a separate topic: there are no snakes in Ireland, right? (Or is that a myth?) I only ask because I had one in my basement yesterday. Ugh.
Hi Anne, there are no snakes in Ireland and it's no myth. :)
Hi Bill.Lovely, beautiful view Bill.Greetings from Patricia.
A pretty blue sky on a calm day.
Hello,Pretty view of the pier and sky! Enjoy your day, have a happy weekend!
A beautiful view, quiet and peaceful.
A wonderful place to sit in peace watching the water.God bless, Bill.
Now that is a nice view..
What a beautiful lake, Bill. I feel like I smell cool air from there...
...a beautiful scene!
Nice peaceful scene. Is this a lake, or bay? Just wondered if there are ever any boats...
Now that is a peaceful scene! And I can see a person at the end of it enjoying solitude :)
Nice quiet harbor.
Fine fair weather sky. Perhaps you could go to the end of that pier and catch a salmon?
That is a lovely sight indeed Bill, looks like a perfect day 💙
I like that view!
Looks like a good view in all directions.
It looks peaceful to me, Bill!
Pretty and calm. Enjoy your weekend!
Nice view on a wonderful day.
Such a lovely scene …Happy Friday to you and Shari.All the best Jan
I love seeing your water shots!
So much blue...beautiful!
little pier, but good condition
A beautiful country to be sure, Bill. Thank you for sharing.
Always enjoyed how the tide went out and revealed what was beneath.
Interesting pier and lovely viewMB
Very pretty and so peaceful. Have a nice weekend.
Sky and sea both look so peaceful.
Beautiful landscape and peace across the sea!
Buena vista del muelle y del agua, bajo un precioso cielo.Besos
Our pier is on pilings. It used to be where the steamer boats would offload passengers and freight before the ferries were instituted in the 1950s. - Margy