There are some very rocky beaches in Enniscrone, Ireland.
It is fair (I think) to say that they are not beautiful.
But they are dramatic, and frankly a bit dangerous to walk on, the last time I tried walking on this outcrop of rock I slipped and nearly broke a few ribs.
This time it was a lot drier and much less greasy with algae.
But my peril led to what I thunk is a nice photo.
In the distance (for those interested) is Crow Patrick (more properly Croagh Patrick) , which is a very cool name for a mountain in my opinion.
The little patch of snow on the peak is quite cool I think.
And how about this shot?, same spot but a different angle.
Gently adjusted via Nik Silver and taken with a Canon 7d and slightly wonky 17-55mm IS.
3 thoughts on “Enniscrone. Rocky!”
Very nice indeed… Love the toning
Ooooo love the effects 🙂