The wonderful thing about being a landscape photographer is the continual discoveries you make, sometimes in areas where you think you’ve already seen everything.
This little inlet on the north shore of Ballinskelligs Bay is one such discovery. I enjoyed the shape of the small cliffs at the western end, contrasting with the pastoral elds beyond. There’s even a blowhole ringed by a stone wall in one of the elds just behind the cliffs.
The snow-covered peaks of the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks can be seen at the top right of the image. It’s rare enough for snow to fall on the coast, but the peaks always have a dusting in the wintertime.
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Love photography? Want to learn how to produce images like this yourself? Check out my sister site, Elevation, where I list the photography tours and workshops that I organize.
I run trips within Ireland and abroad. Past destinations include Iceland, Greenland, Svalbard and the Faroe Islands.