Inishbofin— Donegal’s magical island of the white cow

Our visit to the island of Inishbofin last month was one of those rare “perfect” days in life. The weather was warm and sunny with enough of a sea breeze to blow away any viruses. We have been looking and admiring from afar the tiny, remote island of Inishbofin, off the coast of Donegal, for quite a while now.

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Landscape painter. Inspired by light and colour. Living in Derry & Donegal. www.emmafcownie.com

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Emma Cownie

Emma Cownie

Landscape painter. Inspired by light and colour. Living in Derry & Donegal. www.emmafcownie.com

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