Nice photos. Are you thinking of buying her and refloating her?
WOW! Fantastic photos Rick. I live right beside this beach, and I’ve seen many many MANY photos of this boat, but these r prob d best 1s. Pat urself on the back sir 🙂
Very nice. You had a relaxing day then?
Grandad, why would I ruin a monument of exceptional beauty like that? 😉
Darren, it was brilliant…
If you left that cold beach and went for a pint of Guinness after I will scream. Miss Donegal, thanks alot Rick 😛
Wow they are errie cool photos. Boat wrecks freak me out….I think its a fear developed from watching scooby-doo…theres always a ghost pirate…
Can I ask what type of camera did you use? Is it a DSLR?
Jonathan, my phone.
The glorious Nokia N95.
them pics are tempting me to head that direction for proper holiday, most i’ve seen of donegal is from the perspective of a ditch for the international rally in june every yr! Should consider working for the tourist board up there!!!!
Catriona, you’re stealing my thoughts.
(1) Win Lotto
(2) Buy gaff in Gweedore.
Wow, a phone took these? Nice 🙂
I hear that some of the more modern mobile phones can even take pictures in colour?
I wonder where that shippy came from…
you make it look super beautiful…very arty snaps of the wreck, that’s skill right thurr 😉
you’ve just put gweedore on the map it seems mr.o’shea. 🙂
Ciara, thank you.
Grandad, colour? What’s the point in that?
RPs I did wonder… It’s next to a deep water channel. I want to know how old it is…
“I want to know how old it is…”
Apparently it is the “Bád Eddie” which ran aground in a storm in the early 70’s…
Just ask Grandad
Sir you are a mine of useless information and thus exactly my sort of person 🙂
Wow.. Grandad that’s very impressive!¬
omg i almost missed these! is this out in the middle of nowhere ie its real not staged? its incredible!
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