Dunlewey in County Donegal is one of Ireland’s most breathtaking locations.
A distinctive landmark is the ruined church, dating from the 1850s, nestling in the area known as the Poisoned Glen.
Never has a place been more misleadingly named.
It’s probably a mistranslation of the original name in Irish which was the Heavenly Glen. Unfortunately the Irish words for heaven and poison are quite similar.
But it looks suitably heavenly here bathed in early Spring sunshine.