Wow, that was a very long and unintended hiatus from posting some new work. Sorry about that folks, its been a tad busy around here of late; which is certainly not something I am complaining about.
So I shared the first image with you from my whirlwind tour to the Antrim coastline entitled Sun sets upon the Giants Causeway at the end of May with a promise that I would follow-up with more images from that trip.
And I am a man of my word because today I wanted to share a 2nd image. Not long after I took the Sunset image I shared of the Giants Causeway we started to pack up our gear and trek back up to our car. It’s about a 20 minute hike from the Giants Causeway to the car park and it was pretty dark by now with just the dying last light of the sun and the moon to help light our way. As I got closer to the car park I witnessed the above scene. Because it is summer it never really passes into full darkness this far North. There was still a beautiful residue of golden light on the horizon even though the sun had set over an hour ago and the moon was relatively high and throwing this gorgeous shaft of light upon the sea. The residual light was just enough to cast some very soft light in pockets about the rugged cliffs which were otherwise in deep shadow at this stage.