Architecture, Ireland, Landscapes, Photography

Traveling through Connemara

Once we passed passed through Galway, we inched our way deep into the heart of the Irish landscape that is Connemara: Rolling hills, spectacular mountains, bogs, sheep, and traditional architecture. All breathtaking. The journey to our destination took twice what it should due to multiple stops; jumping out of the car to compose, focus, and click, pause for a moment to be totally awed, then back into the car and on the road again. The kids weren’t impressed with our behavior, but understandably they were tired after a six hour car journey.

Romantic notions of the Irish countryside

Currachs moored in a small harbour.

Our trusty steed in the foreground!

An old schoolhouse typical of rural Ireland.

On the road with Croagh Patrick in the distance.

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