Stone piles, sand castles and other beach creations.
Often while beach walking, I come across the remnants of a day’s fun on the beach. The children (or adults, in some cases) have gone home, leaving their creations for the tide and the wind. I enjoy imagining the fun that was had in these acts of creativity.
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A few evening shots while walking on Murioch Beach, Dingle Peninsula:
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Wild and fearsome – yet magnetic and compelling – the wild Atlantic waves at Clogher Beach. Dingle Peninsula, South West Ireland. More of my seascape photos on my website: http://helene-brennan.com/tag/seascape+photos
Hello again fellow bloggers. Sorry I have been missing for a while. Very busy with moving house and a few other things.
Well, I have NOT drawn the short straw with my current temporary accommodation, where I am enjoying the lovely resort of Ballyheigue by the sea, with it’s georgeous beach on the Atlantic coastline.
I am very lucky to be living here, though there is one drawback – my Internet connection is slow to standing still, making it more difficult and time-consuming to make contributions to WordPress. Often, I have been unable to access the site at all.
In the meantime I have been finding Twitter more accessible and I would love you to follow me on that.
The above photo is one of many I have taken on Ballyheigue Beach. A West of Ireland sunset is always a delight.
More photos of North Kerry can be seen on http://helene-brennan.com/c816-north-kerry-photos