When nowhere to go
Lean into the mystery
Your inner stronghold
Atlantic Ocean black and white Cliffs of Moher haiku Ireland Monochrome photography poetry sea
I love the light and the mist and the blackness of this photo. I never would have guessed this was the Cliffs of Moher; I’m programmed to think of them as green since I saw them that way in person, but this view is much better! (Keep an eye out for my Doolin rocks … they are coming soon!)
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It’s along the path (although I strayed a bit, as I do 🙂 ) from Doolin to the Cliffs of Moher, half way possibly, so not quite Moher this part. And your memory is correct, it is very green there. B&W just called out better what I wished to express with this one.
Will definitely keep an eye out!
You have nailed it again picture and word wise. Well done Hanne
Aleksandra, thank you! I’m glad it speaks to you.
So lovely Hanne! both poetry and photo 🙂
Thank you much, Neha!
I love this so so much!! 🙂 ❤
aww, Trini. I’m happy it founds its way to your eyes and heart.
🙂 It did ❤
That was exactly the word and feel of it that struck me first when I looked at the photo. Thanks, Harrie.
A great photograph Hanne!
Thank you, Peter.
What a magical shot…so lovely with all the mist! I can almost see some ancient priestess calling it in to protect the people inland…from an invasion foreign ships.
There is something that stirs our souls in a primordial way when we witness the ocean colliding into cliffs, eroding its strata inch by inch. Its an immortal place…a place of power; that we be here long after we are gone. Love. ❤ ❤ ❤
Beautiful words, Holly! You describe it so very well, the senses it touches and the atmosphere of the place and the photograph. Thank you.
Tremendous composition. It captures both the combination of light & delicate mist with the immense power of nature. Beautiful piece depicting powerful peace. 🙂
Wow! That’s one piece of a tremendously wonderful comment! 🙂 Thank you much, Joseph.
I love the abstract qualities of this great photo and you’re right B&W was the way to go – superb 🙂
Thank you much, Andrew! This photograph fully and utterly pulled me in and made me feel it strongly, and as you said, in particular the b&w version of it!
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