Down by the seaside

Today I decided to go on an outing with my family to Bundoran Beach in Co Donegal because the weather was nice and sunny. It was my very first visit to this county in Ireland. I took my camera with me to get some really good photographs. The trip to Bundoran was only 1 hour and 18 minutes from where I live.

First I took some shots of two cliffs and the green moss texture on the berms of the sand.

Here are a few of the samples of texture I saw on the cliffs.

This is the structure of the cliff that I zoomed in closely on for the textures.
Bundoran Town with the mountains in the background.

On the way to the other side of the beach I decided to take some more photos of textures of wood on the fence. I got a few shots with holes in the wood.

I also discovered a cave under the cliffs.

As we got to the bigger side of the beach I decided to take some photographs of the textures of sand, berms and waves.

The footprints in the sand to the water
The footprints in the sand back to the mountain

This fish was about 1 meter long
unusual wildlife

On the way back home we decided to go to Glencar waterfall in Co Leitrim. I got out of the car on the way up there to take photos of the mountains.

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