Donegal gives me space to find my own rhythm. I live on the Wild Atlantic Way, overlooking Donegal Bay with a view of Ben Bulben echoing Yeats or Sebastian Barry in one direction and Slieve League sea cliffs in the other. You can see the peninsula of St. John’s Point, where it is possible to spot dolphins and the occasional whale. That’s on a good day. On the days when the rain and mist come down you can barely see the sheep huddling into the stone ditch. BUT the unpolluted light, day and night, is always illuminating.
Photo credit: photo of Margo © Heike Thiele website