This was a walk along the coast and cliffs from the small village of Ballydavid, just a few km down the coast from my home. Thrift (sea pinks) were in bloom and looking glorious.
Above, looking across to Mount Eagle; the small beach opposite is Wine Strand, which has appeared in many of my posts, from a closer viewpoint across the way.
The small lookout post above was one of 83 that were built during World War 2 around the coast of Ireland and were manned by the Local Defence Force.
Cruach Mharhain and Mount Eagle (right and left) opposite, viewed across from Ballydavid.
The Three Sisters above and below, also to be seen in many of my photos.
The headland in the distance above is Ballydavid Head.
Below, another view of the WW2 lookout post.
More images of the Ballydavid area can be seen on my website:
As always, I appreciate your visit. Do take care.