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Giant’s Causeway: Pillars

As mentioned before, Giant’s Causeway was truly enchanting and really a photographer’s playground. I could have spent all day there taking pictures.

Ring of Kerry

Towards the end of our trip we stopped off at the Ring of Kerry in Ireland. This is the epitome Ireland. Blue clouded sky casting dapple shadows over green farmland flowing into the ocean. Definitely one of the best views.

Skellig Michael: Clinging Beauty

Skellig Micheal was truly an epic place. Though super rocky and out in the middle of the ocean, it still had so much beauty. Everywhere you look were these flowers that clung to the rock faces.

Giant’s Causeway: Geometry

Every time I think of the Giant’s Causeway, I still find it amazing that these shapes were created by nature.

Topsail Storms: Rain Bands

This is another shot from Topsail before Hurricane Florence ran us off. I love the soft brush of the rain over the ocean.

Giant’s Causeway: Rays

Another favorite location that we could have spent way more time at is Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland. It is hard to believe that these shapes are completely natural. 

Scotland, Isle of Sky: Old Man of Storr

The Isle of Sky in Scotland is one of the places we visited while in Scotland. I wish we had had more time there as it was full of incredible sites. The Old Man of Storr is one of them. The hike to get this view is not a cakewalk, though it is full of great views that definitely make the going easier.

Skellig Michael: Skellig Rising

As we got closer to the island, more, and more details emerged. Including the fact that it had is very own cloud that stayed perpetually above it. 

Skellig Michael: Out of the Mists

We took a boat out to visit Skellig Michael, and it was as dramatic as you would hope. With the island slowly becoming visible through the mist.

Topsail Storms: Out to Sea

We went back for our annual trip to Topsail only to have it cut short thanks to Hurricane Florence. However I was luck enough to get some shots before we had to go. This is one of my current favorites and I am thinking about making it a triptych for the wall.

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