A spectacular day on the Western Shores of Ireland…
For more photos of sea-explosion and wild Atlantic waves, please look under category “Cliffs & Sea Spray” below in the footer.
Atlantic Ocean Ireland nature photography
Sometimes it happens that I am at the right place at the right time 🙂
Stunning photo thatI looks like a painting, it is just amazing – however I just would ask the photographer to be very careful 🙂
It was one of the first photos I got of a sea explosion and it is still among my favorites. I was in awe when I came home and saw what I had captured. And yes, I was standing very close, on the edge in fact 🙂
Very kind of you to ask me to be careful. I listen to my gut and to nature, if feel calm, I trust it. However, should I one day disappear, know I left free and happy, not the worst ways to leave, I’d say 🙂
Thank you much again, for keep re-visiting my old posts! I will pop by your place soon! See you.
Reblogged this on Journey Of A Nifty Day Trader.
Wow. It’s like fireworks made of water, or Pollock painting in the style of Turner (or Turner in the style of Pollock, I’m not sure which).
Wow back, that’s a humbling comparison, either way. Thank you so much, and for all your likes and visits to so many of my photos. I deeply hope you didn’t feel obliged to do it!
In no way was it an obligation, quite the opposite. You’ve got an incredible eye, for colour, composition, and the moment.
I’m thoroughly delighted you find it so. And your words are tremendously encouraging for me, thank you much. My sole attempt is to honor the moment I saw and even more sensed and hopefully make it transpire, somewhat untouched, hence I rarely have any human traces in them. Even when I occasionally bring my own words to a photo which often, but not always, appears to me to pour out of the picture when I look at it. It is always a balancing act, not to disturb or subtract from the image. I do know I fail this, possibly more often than not, yet I allow myself to play with it regardless, in this, for me, new field of expression.
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