Here is another image from Ireland, taken about 300 feet and 180 degrees from yesterday’s photo. Quite a difference between lovely little pink wildflowers and the starkness of the Atlantic Ocean.
It is easy for photographers to get obsessed with what they see first and spend all their time shooting it. Sometimes it pays to turn around and go exploring!
Atlantic Ocean at Barnabaun Point, County, Mayo, Ireland. Canon 1Ds Mark III. 16mm. ISO 100. .5 seconds at f.22. Polarized. HDR (multiple exposures combined into one).