Photography Friday: D is for… Ireland?

Okay I may not have been to any countries beginning with D, but I’ve certainly visited a lot of cities and areas beginning with D. Best example of this were all the amazing places in Ireland that begin with the letter D!

Ireland holds a special place in my heart. It was one of the first places I wanted to visit when I arrived in the UK and after just a few months of finding my feet, I crossed the ditch to the lovely green landscapes of Ireland. The scenery, lovely people and hearty food made this a memorable experience. I travelled 8 days around the coast from Dublin (yes on a tour, it was early days and I didn’t have a car).

However, sticking to the ‘D’ places, you’ll only get to see photographs below from locations throughout Ireland beginning with D. If you’d like to check out more of my photography from Ireland, visit the gallery link at the end of this post.

Derry, Northern Ireland

Free Derry, Northern Ireland

Mural in Derry

Mural in Derry, Northern Ireland

Dunluce Castle, Northern Ireland

Dunluce Castle, Northern Ireland

Dingle Peninsula, Beehive Huts

Dingle Peninsula, Beehive Huts, Ireland

Could almost believe this next area is in New Zealand!

Dingle Peninsula, Clogherhead

Dingle Peninsula, Clogherhead, Ireland

One of my favourite beaches, for the vibrant colours and peaceful setting…

Dingle Peninsula, Coumeenole Beach

Dingle Peninsula, Coumeenole Beach, Ireland

Statues of the Great Famine, Dublin, Ireland

Statues of the Great Famine, Dublin, Ireland

The Irish are super friendly and I felt incredible safe during my visit there. It’s definitely a country I’d love to visit again one day. If you’re missing a bit of ocean and countryside, I can’t recommend visiting Ireland enough!

Ngaire at Inch Beach on the Dingle Peninsula

Ngaire at Inch Beach on the Dingle Peninsula

If you would like to see more photography from Ireland (including the other letters of cities, besides D) visit my Ireland photography gallery here »