1. I keep telling you your photography is stunning, and I’m going to say it again. I love the hill of Howth. I remember walking over it with parents and sisters and two dogs joined us at the last houses before the hill walk starts. They came with us the entire way, said goodbye when we got to the other side and set off back together.

    • Thank you Jane. The scenery is so inspiring. I am at a loss to see why anyone would live anywhere other than Howth if they live in Dublin although it may be a little cramped and costly. And how would the tourists fit in? I met a robin along the way who was following a group of girls for part of their journey and then he followed me. A little soul searching for a partner for the journey perhaps. So happy to hear you have good memories of this stunning piece of coastline. It’s such a joy to discover these places.
      I’m off to Doolin tomorrow on the west coast for a writers retreat for the weekend so looking forward to more sights and sounds to see.

  2. Hi. Thanks for sharing such a great set of images. I’m certain you could have made several posts from them rather than having them all compete against each other. Maybe food for thought. Just a suggestion. Happy Photography.

  3. Wow, wow, wow! Those clouds–I want to touch them! I agree with Jane that your photos are stunning, and it’s all so beautiful. No wonder why people fall in love with Ireland (of course now it has you, too.) 🙂

    • Thank you Merril. 😚 The clouds were incredible! Someone saw my pictures on Instagram and said they had seen the same clouds down south on the same day, I guess they blew up to Dublin.
      I am discovering more now than I ever saw before in my own country so it’s inspiring. And boy are the folks friendly 🤩🤩❤️

  4. Like so many others, Damien, I love your photos. As I started through them, I somehow knew that I would come across one with your long shadow and I was not disappointed–it is one of your signature looks. I was struck also by your images of the sinuous paths running through the trees and, of course, by those amazing clouds. Although this was a “Wordless Wednesday” posting, I couldn’t help but smile when I came across the words ” and walking” that you had added to your usual information at the end of the post so that this one reads “All words and photographs and walking by Damien B. Donnelly.” 🙂

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