Rural landscapes: sky, ocean and ancient rock
DUNLUCE CASTLE, NORTHERN IRELAND
I first saw this awe-inspiring scene of castle ruins and rugged coastline 30 years ago. Never thought I’d see it again until my wife and I did a cruise and went on this excursion that stopped at this magnificent spot. Once the home base of the Scottish clan MacDonald, Dunluce later served as the seat of the earls of County Antrim. Today, it’s simply an epic scene of cliffs, water and ancient stone.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizer, graduated density (darkening) filter on the sky.
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Wonderful shot. This should be on a travel poster.
What an amazingly situated castle. And quite some colours you have captured in this photo. Indeed epic and serene.
Frank this is one of favorites of yours, all your work is excellent but ever now and then one just gets my attention, this is one of the many.