Two Donkeys in the West of Ireland

Two donkeys, West of Ireland Two donkeys, West of Ireland

I have written about Irish donkeys before, I'm sure you know how to search for that article - it's easy so go ahead and if you can't find then ask me how.

Here, from a recent photography tour in Ireland's west, this time in County Galway where my residential photography tours are based (from two days to a week, typically a four day tour) are these two fine looking donkeys, a sight so common and characteristic of the west of Ireland yet not easy to find as they are no longer a typical farm animal.

On this occasion the weather wasn't perfect for landscapes but these donkeys, two of a herd - I wonder actually without looking up google what the collective noun for a group of donkeys is. If you can help, please let me know by leaving a comment or sending me an email, I would appreciate it. Anyway, these two donkeys provided all of the interest until the sun re-emerged.

Join me, at any time of year for a photography trip in County Galway.

Last modified on Wednesday, 19 September 2018 22:14


  • Comment Link Darren Tuesday, 25 September 2018 23:53 posted by Darren

    Thanks Corinne

  • Comment Link Corinne Howell Thursday, 20 September 2018 12:29 posted by Corinne Howell

    A lot of Donkeys are called
    A Drove..A Pace..or herd..
    I did google it..???

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