Inch is perhaps one of the best-loved beaches in Ireland. The sand spit runs across Dingle Bay for nearly 6 kilometres. With Rossbeigh beach coming from the other direction, the bay is nearly closed off. Inch is a renowned spot for sur ng in Ireland, and the dune system has rich flora and fauna.
This image was made at sunrise, from an unusual angle, off the southern end of the peninsula. The dunes are nicely revealed, as is the curve of the beach and the wave patterning in the sand. The tidal flats on the lee side of the spit can also be seen, where plenty of waterfowl can be found.
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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.