Ireland's Dingle Peninsula on a Stormy September Day

Ireland's Dingle Peninsula on a stormy September day Ireland's Dingle Peninsula on a stormy September day

Sometimes the Irish weather is not pleasant for photography but with patience and local knowledge it is possible to get fine images of the rugged, green Island in the Atlantic.

We went to Dingle in search of bright colourful scenes of mountains and the Atlantic coast like from this occasion a few weeks ago:

What we got, however, were the remnants of Hurricane Dorian blowing across Ireland's most westerly peninsula.

Gales and lashing rain don't really make for good photography but if you know an area well then there are often sheltered locations and crashing waves, find those two things together combined with a little patience and it will be a fine experience.

Here, out on Slea Head at Dingle's, and Ireland's, most westerly point we got just that.

Low clouds spoil the view but crashing waves at the coast more than make up for it.

Join Panoramic Ireland for a photography workshop in Dingle, or anywhere else in Ireland, contact me to find out more.


Last modified on Thursday, 12 September 2019 23:49
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