The Pan's Rock is a popular fishing spot on Ballycastle Beach on the North Antrim Coast, or the Causeway Coast as it is also known.
Reachable at low tide by hopping the slippery rocks, it becomes an island at high tide, and so a footbridge has been built out to it.
In this view of the rock, made an hour or so after dawn, a long exposure of two minutes has been used to smooth out the movement in the water. This has also blurred the clouds which were moving briskly from the north. Rathlin Island is visible on the horizon.
This is another favourite image from the second Antrim trip I took in 2009, and produces a stunning large print.
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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.