Some shots of Ventry Beach (again!) just with my mobile phone, on a couple of recent walks. The phone has developed an annoying habit of reverting to low resolution – used to stay on high res, now I have to keep checking. Anyway here are some of the results.
The sky being unusually clear for this climate, combined with a very calm sea, like a lake, made for some fairly minimalist images, especially this one above.
Below, on a different day, the clouds created a much more interesting sky and some lovely patches of light and shade.
A socially distanced conversation about social distancing, one could guess, above.
Doesn’t this beach look quiet? Yet there was nowhere to park in the small car park. One way of keeping the beaches quiet here. Currently the area is full of visitors.
I hope you have enjoyed walking with me. This is Ventry Beach, a few miles from Dingle Town, on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, South West Ireland on the Wild Atlantic Way. Obviously not looking so wild in these captures, but for some really wild ones, please visit my website, try this tag: