Loch Veagh, Glenveagh National Park

At home, I wait for good weather to kayak, or to go for a walk, or to take photos.  On a trip, I take what I get.

On this day at Glenveagh National Park in County Donegal, I get recurring bursts of wind and rain interspersed with sunny periods.  It makes for dramatic exposures, but no shots of reflections of the surrounding hills in the Loch — the iconic image from this area, judging from the photos featured on the official website.  Taken, I assume, by someone who was more-or-less at home and who had the luxury of waiting for blue skies and no wind to ruffle the water.

3-photo collage of Loch Veagh in stormy conditions

 

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4 Responses to Loch Veagh, Glenveagh National Park

  1. Mary Gibson says:

    Very nice, and nicer than the day!

  2. Jim Taylor says:

    Irish weather can be unbelievably bleak. Though no worse, I suppose, than Red Deer in a blizzard.
    Jim T

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Jim – I don’t know what that wet would be like in winter temps, but I think I’d adjust to it better than our extremes. We were just in Kingston in scorching temps (26C, 77% humidity, and cloudless skies), and I know only too well what our winters can be like.

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