Day 331 – So Much To Do…

After a weekend away, it’s back home, and chance to look at the photographs I took. Most of them were from an hour or so I spent capturing the sunset as the tide came in yesterday afternoon. There’s not a whole lot of variety of compositions, so it’s about choosing the best ones and then editing to get the best out of each shot.

Sunset photos – iPhone

Day 330 – Just Another Sunset…

I know, it’s the same location as 2 days ago, but you can’t ignore a sunset like this! I spent a good hour just enjoying the drama and beauty of it all. I also managed a few photos with the Sony camera, and wet feet too…

Sunset, Watergate Bay – iPhone

Day 328 – The Best Camera…

… is the one you have with you. A little bit of sun in an otherwise grey day, just as we arrived at Watergate Bay. No time to get the Sony camera out, so a grab shot with the iPhone. A few seconds later the light had gone for the day…

Watergate Bay – iPhone

Day 259 – All At Sea…

This is one of my favourite places – Penmon Point on Anglesey. Approached down a long and narrow toll road just outside Beaumaris, it has a stony beach, a couple of fisherman’s cottages, a quaint little cafe, and of course this lighthouse. At low tide you can get right to the base of the lighthouse, but at other times the waves make for great long exposure photos.

Penmon Lighthouse – iPhone XR

Day 197 – High & Dry…

This spot, Meols, on the Wirral Peninsula, is the closest sea to us. It’s about 75 miles away, or an hour and a quarter by car. I’d seen photos of the boats stranded there at low tide, but hadn’t realized that what looks like a sandy beach is actually rather nasty black sludge, definitely not for walking on! So the only photo I could take was from the concrete slipway, but at least the sunset was good…

Boats at low tide, Meols – SonyA7iii & 35mm

Day 183 – Slán (So Long)…

It was time today to say farewell (slán) to Ireland, and drive home. This was our last proper look at the Causeway Coast as we headed off early to catch the ferry across the Irish Sea. We’ve had a brilliant couple of weeks in Ireland, and will be back for sure! Next adventure will be Ibiza in about 3 weeks – that’s going to be a different experience..

White Park Bay, Antrim – iPhone XR