A Waterford Seascape | Sunset over Sheep Island – Waterford Ireland

“Give light and people will find the way” ~ Ella Baker

I am, without doubt, in love with the stunning Copper Coast. It is like a candy store for me, full of rugged coastline, rough-edge cliffs, sea-stacks, and little islands standing close to shore. Oh and sea-stacks… did I mention the sea-stacks? 🙂

This image is from one of the many easily accessible coves dotted around the coastline, called Caher Cove. Captured this time last year during a beautifully calm sunset, it shows Sheep Island in the background. I cannot wait to get back to the Copper Coast, and will be co-leading a Workshop with Athena in April. Why not join us and book your place.

An Antrim Landscape | Faded Glory – Antrim, Northern Ireland

Storm clouds sweep overhead, above the ancient ruins of Dunluce Castle located close to the Giants Causeway on the Antrim Coast in Northern Ireland in the Black and White image.

We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.” ~ Jawaharlal Nehru

The medieval Dunluce Castle is fascinating, perched on the very edge of the dramatic coastal cliffs of the Antrim Coastline in Northern Ireland. It’s physical drama is matched by it’s tumultuous history, dating back to around 1500. The castle is surrounded by extremely steep drops on either side which provides some super photographic opportunities. I published an image in 2014 entitled Storm Clouds Gather showing just how much drama those steep drops provide. Today however I am sharing an image taken from within the ruined castles itself.

I can’t believe I will return to this location, and others along the stunning Causeway Coast later this month, to lead with Athena Carey the first of two Photography Workshops we have planned for this location in 2016. Why not join us?

Copper Coast Sunset

We’re starting to get excited about our next workshop in the Copper Coast!  Join us for some gorgeous seaside sunsets April 22 – 24, 2016. 🙂

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Ominous cloud over Caher Cove.

Can’t make it in April?  We’ll be back in the Copper Coast September 16 – 18, 2016.