Mullaghmullan Peninsula, Maghery, County Donegal, Ireland
This amazing hidden cove is mere feet around the corner from the Crohy Head sea arch. The ancient coastline around here has remained virtually unchanged. Even now it looks similar to when it may have millions of years ago during Ireland’s creation, when it was all volcanic activity, sharp rocks & there was little foliage around 🌋
I can’t tell you how wonderful it was to just stand on this cliff edge gazing down over one of the most glorious sunsets I’ve yet witnessed. Not a single soul around for miles, the sound of large round pebbles clinking together with the breaking waves & the bliss feeling that I am the only person in the world witnessing it all from here. If I was not there at the exact time then nobody would ever experience it & to me that would be a terrible waste.
This is one of the main reasons I capture landscape photography. As during these times I am normally alone & the only one who witnesses nature’s creations from whichever location I’m at. However by capturing the scene to share with you all then I hope you also sense & enjoy its beauty as I done so at the time 💚