Photography and Introduction by Trevor Cole
Ireland has what I call an inimitable light which creates unique opportunities to photograph this verdant isle. The coast of Ireland, in particular, is beautiful with headlands and beaches prevalent throughout. Its low population density means that an empty beach is a reality, and so too, a walk into the mountains. Rain is plentiful and this in many ways has kept development of an insensitive nature at bay. The combination of the rain, clouds, and intermittent sun are integral to the beauty of the land.
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Check out Trevor’s previous contribution, Yemen and Socotra.