Behind the Lens
David Noton discovers the photographic potential of his favourite corner of Ireland; evocative Donegal.
Donegal is, I think, one of the friendliest place I have ever been. Complete strangers wave as I pass by, be they walking the dog, driving, tending the garden, or sitting on a tractor. Where else in the world does that happen? Newfoundland, maybe, but within minutes of arriving in Carndonagh Gerald (you see; first name terms already), a local who stopped to chat as I unloaded the car, was giving me useful advice on the minor road to take for the most spectacular views.
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