Photographer's Note

Hallo there,
I took this picture in the area called Buncrana Castle in co.Donegal. If you want me to be honest I wouldn't recomment it at all. There really isn't much to see, and when you read 'castle' you are expecting something, right? Apart from one single tower you won't see much more than the walls of an old castle, however everything is hidden or re-done so that it isn't really that attractive anymore. I went through my photos from this place and the most interesting was the brige - that tells you everything.

Buncrana (Irish: Bun Cranncha) is a town in County Donegal, the northwest of Ireland, located on the Inishowen peninsula, along Lough Swilly, 10 kilometres from Derry and 43 kilometres from Letterkenny. It is an historically important town, with Neds Point Fort lying to the north and being the home of the O'Doherty clan. It is the second largest town in County Donegal and the largest on the Inishowen peninsula.

Have a nice evening,

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Additional Photos by Dariusz Gruszka (darek1978) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 1204 W: 3 N: 1674] (13361)
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