This is the second in a series of images from my recent trip to Buncrana, Co Donegal and again it’s from Ned’s Point this time looking south towards Buncrana.
Buncrana Coastline from Ned’s Point, Co Donegal.
It was taken on the same morning, about 20 mins after, the first Buncrana post. The sun had risen and starting to break up the clouds and they formed this wonderful pattern. I have two more to show you from this very productive morning shoot, luckily as it was the only time the weather behaved. The last one if from a beach just north of Ned’s Point along the coast path.
I’m back a few weeks now from my Trip to Co Donegal. I was using Buncrana as my base. There is some great coastline around Buncrana to shoot.
Ned’s Point, Buncrana, Co. Donegal
I had some interesting cloud formations during one of the morning shoots. It didn’t look good for the planned sunrise shoot , but I moved location and was rewarded with a series of 5 images all taken around Ned’s Point. The rest of the trip was a bit of a washout due to low clouds and fine mist rain. I did manage to get to Malin Head, the most northerly point of Ireland, during a brief dry spell but the resulting images are nothing to right home about. However I will post them so you can make your own minds up.
The wonderful bit of light I did get is put to good use in the above image. This light makes rocks in the foreground stand out against the dark cloudy sky. There was some very interesting cloud formations which you can start to see in this image and I will post the next image in this series during the week.