Well, ok, more like top of Ireland! More holiday photos from the North Antrim and North Donegal coastline… The jacket is red wool boucle fabric with a matching silk scarf, but more of a car coat really.
This is Malin Head at the top of the Inishowen peninsula, you can just about see in the background ’80 Eire’, this was used during World War 2 as a navigation aid for pilots, so they would know they were flying over neutral Ireland. Each site was numbered from 1 to 83, there are remains all along the west coast, and some have been restored like this one on Malin Head.
And here we are at the famous Carrick a Rede rope bridge, Game of Thrones fans will recognise this!! It was truly scary to cross, it moves. A LOT.
More amazing things to see in Glenveagh National Park too, but we just missed Prince Charles visit!! Pity…
I’m skipping ahead a bit here but I love this Poulnabrone Dolmen in the Burren in County Clare. It dates back to the Neolithic Period between 4200bc-2900BC. Wow.
More to follow!
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Oh wow, you really lucked out with the weather for your trip! The north coast on a good day makes an excellent backdrop for your fashion shoot. I love that coat, and the little brooch really completes the look!
We were so lucky, we got lots of sunshine! Loved the coast there, just amazing.
Yes, it’s gorgeous… Especially on the days when it gets a little sunshine!