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donegal Tag

During my photo workshop on the Inishowen peninsula we visited the old wooden pier near Bunagee early on Thursday morning. On Monday the next workshop will start in Kerry....

The last shot of a mostly grey workshop day shows the rugged cliffs of Malin Head. The motif is a fine example that you can take beautiful photos even in difficult weather conditions....

Today we'r going to explore the Urris Hills as part of the Inishowen photography workshop. The view from the hills down to the lowlands is simply breathtaking....

This image was taken at Malin Head, the most northerly point of the Irish mainland....

At 5:30 in the morning on a backroad south of Donegal Town. The rising sun battled its way through the fog...

The new spring/summer edition of the „Spirit Of Ireland“ magazine features some of my photographs from Ireland. Including the cover shot which was taken on the Rosguill Peninsula in the north of Ireland. More information about the “The Spirit of Ireland” magazine: www.thespiritofireland.org www.facebook.com/pages/The-Spirit-of-Ireland-Magazine...

Malin Head is known as the most northerly point on the Irish mainland (the little island of Inishtrahull is further north)....

My next photo workshop on the Wild Atlantic Way is scheduled for September (german guidance): 5th to 9th of September on the Inishowen and Fanad peninsula in County Donegal. ...

This image is from my Ireland 2013 calendar and shows the coastline at Bloody Foreland. The area is so called because at evening the sun lights up the rocks to a reddish hue. Well, that didn't exactly happen when I was there but therefore the clouds...