Silent Sunday MarieHopsIreland, Mayo, Silent Sunday21 Comments A Sunday stroll on Ireland’s west coast! (Belmullet, Mayo, Ireland) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
21 thoughts on “Silent Sunday”
I can feel the silence. Beautiful.
A few surfers and a few seabirds and that’s it –
Wow, this must be so comfortable!
A covid discovery for us – a bit too far for a weekend break from Dublin but we’ll definitely go back there….
Next stop America!
How perfect and so tranquil!
And we even got blue sky on our visit!
That’s a wonderful stretch of sand, Marie 🙂 xx
Not terribly far from you Aiva – one of the many beautiful beaches you’re surrounded by!!
That’s true, I look forward to exploring more of Mayo this year 😊
Just imagine, if you had the weather, how many unwanted tourists you’d have on those beaches! I can see it now, deck-chairs with one inch between them, red, white and bronzed bodies adrift in a sea of inflatable toys, children, and picnic hampers, and overflowing waste-bins along the dunes!
The only thing we don’t have is guaranteed sun – sure that’s mostly why we leave here at all… The beaches are so amazing they’d definitely attract massive development – even if we are hanging off the edge of Europe. Still – you’d fit plenty of deckchairs on this beach!!!!
Perfect and peaceful, Marie.
And I think it was the whitest sand I’d ever seen – just gorgeous….
Beautiful image. Anita
Thanks Anita – it’s a lovely place for a walk…
WOW! so beautiful!
It is – unfortunately it’s not a place blessed with good weather – we were so lucky that day…
Ireland is as special as its folklores. Thanks for sharing the beautiful beachy scenes.
It is indeed. I think we’ve something like circa 300 beaches – not all like this of course but it’s a beautiful coastline….