Splash

On the west coast of Ireland, Atlantic waves have over millennia shaped our coastline creating rocky shores, beaches and towering cliffs.

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North west Mayo looking across to Achill Island

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North west Mayo looking across to Achill Island

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Pollawaddy, on Achill Island, off the Mayo Coast

 

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Downpatrick Head, County Mayo

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Downpatrick Head, County Mayo

Ross Beach

Ross beach, County Mayo

Lens artist phot0 challenge 21 – Splash

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22 thoughts on “Splash

  1. dust4y

    I like the huge rock in the forefront of the picture at Pollawaddy: makes me think of an enormous whale. I’m wondering how long it took to sail across from the mainland?

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    1. Murtagh's Meadow Post author

      Unfortunately not every day as we are inland some 40 min drive – if I lived closer you’d be seeing a lot more photos of the sea I am sure!

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