FRAZER ASHFORD

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THE HEADLAND

The north east coast of Ireland can be a windly and wild place and no more so than on the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic.

 

I was walking along a coastal path one afternoon and could not but help notice that the place was unusually calm and quiet. The ocean was almost like a mill pond - a very rare and strange site indeed.

 

Maybe this stillness affected the sheep who seemed a bit bemused and sleepy on the day.

 

There did however seem to be storm rolling in from the west and so I took a series of images whilst the peace still prevailed. This is my favourite image from the day.

 

 

The Headland

CO: CONNEMARA, IRELAND

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