As we drove down the winding roads from Fanad, somewhere around Portsalon we emerged from the grey drizzle into this wonderful late afternoon orange pink sky.
It was the kind of transient light that doesn’t wait around to be admired. You quickly find a convenient gateway, stop the car, and take it while it’s going.
Donegal, probably because of its slightly remote location, persistently remains an almost secret corner of Ireland to which the majority of Irish people have never been.
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