Dune Grass, Inishowen Peninsula
black and white photo Inishowen peninsula
“A puckered stubbled stippled bolt.”
– SJ Mannion
A black and white photo from my old Mamiya 7 of dune grass on the Inishowen Peninsula, County Donegal. The sprawling Inishowen (Inis Eoghain) Peninsula, with Lough Foyle to the east and Lough Swilly to the west, reaches just far enough out into the Atlantic to qualify as Ireland’s northernmost point. It is remote, rugged, desolate and sparsely populated, making it a special and quiet sort of place. Inishowen is well known as one of the most scenic parts of Ireland.
– Enda Cavanagh