Time and Tide
Sunset on the promenade at Lahinch, Co. Clare, while the tide rolls in.
Photographer at Doolin Pier
A cameraphone photographer at Doolin Pier. The sunset was in fact that deep deep red colour.
Doolin at Sunset
Doolin coastline at sunset.
The Poulnabrone dolmen at sunset.
A cyclops of a ruined house. Flowers grow through the single eye.
An abandoned threshing machine close to Lahinch, Co. Clare.
The Poulnabrone Dolmen in situ, Co. Clare, Ireland.
Dough Castle & Bridge
The almost totally ruined Dough Castle (1306) by Lahinch Golf course lurks under an impressively threatening sky.
God Rays, Part III
A scudding cloudscape paints yellow on the sea.
The sky clears enough to illuminate the Co. Clare fields.
God Rays, Part II
The sky breaks over Liscannor fields, Co. Clare.
An arrangement of headland remnants that form a triangle near Moveen Bay, Loop Head, Co. Clare.
A closeup of a hole in an outcrop close to Moveen Bay, on the Loop Head Drive, County Clare. Notice the seagull close to the centre of the shot.