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atlantic ocean Tag

The rugged coastline at Port or An Port. This is probably the most remotest area of County Donegal that I visited so far....

I took this photo a few weeks ago on the Great Blasket Island. Although the island is just 3 km of the mainland and the boat trip from Dunquin harbour took about 20 minutes I felt like I been worlds away from everything. This place...

Slea Head, which is located in the west of the Dingle Peninsula, is one of to the most popular spots of Ireland due to its originality, the dreamy scenery and the wild Atlantic. As a photographer, I am fascinated by the way the spot presents itself...

A family of bottlenose dolphins in the Shannon estuary seems to enjoy the warm summer weather. Approximate 160 of these dolphins live in the "Mouth of the Shannon". I took these images last Saturday during an exceptional boat trip with Dolphinwatch (Carrigaholt, Loop Head Peninsula). ...

St. John's Point marks the end of a narrow Peninsula that runs into the Donegal Bay. I visited the place some time ago to see the lighthouse out there, and ended up with just watching the waves break on the rugged coastline for hours. ...

The first sunbeams on a morning in march at the Cooper Coast near Boatstrand in County Waterford. ...

It was early May when I took this picture of Clifden Bay. The sea had a wonderful color that day and seemed to be endless. In the middle of the rocks, locally called Carrickrana Rocks, you can spot out a small Beacon. Like lighthouses those buildings...