I am reminded of the famous Monty Python Catchphrase “And now for something completely different“! Over the last couple of weeks I have shared a couple of images from a recent trip to Naylor’s Cove in Bray, Co Wicklow. The 1st image I shared “First Light on Bray Head” was taken about 40 minutes before sunrise and was all blues, silhouettes, dark and brooding. The next image “Sunrise over Naylor’s Cove” was, as the title suggests taken at sunrise and was all bright and full of promise. Zip forward several hours and a coffee and breakfast later and this is what happens!
By the time I returned to the location at 11am the sun was fully up and the clouds had moved in and it had started to spit a little (that is an Irish term for very light and irregular rain btw). Perfect I thought. No I did honest! These were perfect conditions to produce a long exposure, something to support my ongoing project that deals loosely with timelessness and isolation, similar in style to “Floating“, one of my favourite images from last year. And so I set-out the find a location that would support that concept