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Disappointingly the name derives from the fact that the rocks of the headland are red. Bloody Foreland is in County Donegal.
OLYMPUS E500ZUIKO 4/314-45mm
fence, headland, ocean, farm, bloody foreland, county donegal, ireland, watscapephoto, steven watson
WatscapePhoto is Steve Watson fromHeadingley, Leeds, UKThis image is © Steven F Watson 2011
Striking beauty is present in this Bloody Foreland, that´s a fact:)
Thank you very much, Helua – and for the fave.
You’re a master at these shots and again, well represented here.
Many thanks, Ralph – and for the fave.
You’re disappointed by the lack of blood? ;) Great composition, Steven. Quite a beautiful scene, too.
Given Ireland’s history, it’s surprising that something grisly didn’t occur here. LOL. Thank you very much, Jan – and for the fave.
This is wonderful work dear Steve.x
Many thanks, Catherine.
Well, bloody hell. I was hoping for intrigue & mayhem myself…. Another fine Irish shot, Steve.
Thank you very much, Sheila ;-)
IM GLAD THAT IT DOESNT LIVE UP TO ITS NAME….VERY SERENE IN THIS LOVELY SPOT. THE ROCKS ALWAYS FASCINATE ME….IT MUST HAVE TAKEN EONS TO DO THAT.
About 1/10 sec at f18 actually. LOL Seriously, I know what you mean. Many thanks, Diane.
And I thought you were swearing about the place! ;o) ;o) Great shot Steve! Hope you’ve been making good use of our mini-summer over the weekend! ;o)
The road to reach here certainly inspired some invective. LOL Thank you very much, Krys.
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