Here is another shot from my walk out to Salt Hill yesterday. .. The weather was not great, but I took full advantage of the break in the rain! Plus those clouds were something else. .. #salthill#galway
Truly a worthwhile visit. From the old stone walls and narrow castle passages, to the stunning scenic vistas of the surrounding Irish countryside, Blarney Castle is everything it is said to be and more. Of course kissing the Blarney Stone ensures one receives the gift of eloquence for a lifetime. How true?! ☘️ . . . #lovelyireland#travelphotography
The woodlands of Ireland are like something out of a fairytale - the perfect way to reacquaint ourselves with the simply beauty of nature after spending too much time stuck in the concrete jungle! . . . #ireland#forest
The Giant’s Causeway got its name because legend has it an Irish giant built a road with these rocks across the North Channel from Ireland to Scotland for a fight against a Scottish giant. 🗿🗿 All I can say is after walking these rocks.. someone def put them there ✨
Who doesn’t love an ancient castle ruin? 🏰 😍 All credits to the very talented photographer artist and photographer below 👇🏻📸 . . . . . . . 📸: @aclotheshorse Selected by @nataliewells_ Hub team @nataliewells_ @adamjason1 Don’t forget to use #littlepiecesofireland to join in and for a chance to be featured ☘️
Sheep in the Doolough Valley, co Mayo, Ireland. The Doolough Valley was the backdrop of a horrible walk in 1849, when thousands of famished people were forced to traverse it in order to obtain relief from the Famine. 16 people - mostly women and children - died trying to reach aid. * * * #sheep#irishsheep
C L I F F S O F M O H E R in Western Ireland are 14 kms long and 700ft tall. They have quite a celebrity status having made a cameo in films such as Harry Potter and The Princess Bride. My time there was spent photographing the beauty and watching my steps. 🤗 - - - #cliffsofmoher#cliffsofmoherireland @discoverireland_ @tourismireland @gotoireland @ireland_travel @best_of_ireland
📍 Quay Street, Galway The most enjoyable street in Ireland? . No matter what time of the year it is, there's a buzz about Galway city that is unmatched anywhere else in the country. So much of that is centred around the Shop Street area which runs from Quay Street to Eyre Square and it really is a sight to behold. During the day, the colourful shop-fronts act as the perfect backdrop to all manner of street performers and, as evening descends, the range of music increases and there's that unmistakable atmosphere of an Irish night out at its very ...