What would you give to be out on your local GAA pitch right now, kicking or pucking a ball with your mates?
This time of year is usually one when the GAA takes centre stage. Be it at inter-county or club level, the bit of sunshine and the smell of freshly cut grass usually means that we have a feast of Gaelic football and hurling to enjoy.
Unfortunately, none of that is possible at the moment. Despite this, there many never be a better time to appreciate the beauty of some of the most scenic grounds from around the country.
This one is certainly up there with the best of them.
Brian Campbell is a Killybegs native who recently returned to Ireland after a couple of years in New Zealand. The lockdown meant his photography has been restricted to his hometown over recent weeks, but that has allowed him to snap a stunning picture of his local GAA pitch.
While it is no longer used by the local club, its location right on Fintra Bay makes for an incredible photo.
You can see more of Brian's brilliant work on his Wandering Eye Photography Facebook page here, where prints of this and other images are available to purchase.