I have been without my little Nissan Micra for two long weeks. I was told initially that she was not worth fixing but I got a second opinion and I collected her from the car hospital this afternoon. If I could not get into my car and head for the wilds with my camera I would go slightly mad. The above image was taken on my last trip along the road leading to the Rosguill peninsula situated in north west Donegal, Ireland. Lying between the peninsula of Fanad to the east and Horn Head to the west, Rosguill is a mixture of heathland and ocean. Sheephaven Bay with its mellow waters and pure-white strands on the one hand, and the treacherous sand banks of Mulroy bay on the other. Between, a mixture of bog, hill and pastureland, the ancient walls, remnants of cattle enclosures, and the various evidences of fortification are proof of the area’s use since antiquity. .
About 33% of residents are native Irish speakers.
I am sure you have gathered by now that I am very glad to be ‘On The Road Again’
Panasonic Lumix TZ30