A Fantasia in the Icelandic Manner on Irish Themes
The Wild Atlantic Way lives up to its name. Next stop the Faroe Islands (800 kilometres to the north) then Iceland (1,100 kilometres northwest). The only access to its golden strand is down a rocky precipice before crossing a rivulet. The tide dramatically swoops in by dozens of metres every few seconds. Horses majestically gallop through the low waves with a backdrop of the shadowy Wardtown Castle. Raven haired surfers adventurously ride the crashing white waves. High above the beach, fairy bridges and a wishing chair are more than the stuff of legend. The outline of buildings follows the silhouetted mountainous scenery. Everything and everyone are all about wild abandon.
9 replies on “Tullan Strand Bundoran Donegal + Lavender’s Blue”
Darling these photographs are soooooo atmospheric !! The surfer dudes are worthy of a Pulitzer prize !! LL 😍😍💞xx
Afternoon Lavinia! Thanks, it was great fun capturing all the magical moments on the beach. LVB X
A Donegal calendar?!
A bestseller to be sure!
Couldn’t agree more. Love how the surfers are like dark shapes moving across the landscape x
Everyone was having a huge amount of fun too. LVB X
Spectacular photos of the well known Tullan Strand ..famous for surfing .
Surfer’s paradise! And heavenly for everyone else too. What an adventure.
I love this blog. Always fab photos and clever copy. Amazed it isn’t better known.