From Nuns' to Ladies' Strand ~ Ballybunion
A rare sight - the sea facing edges of the Ballybunion cliffs that stand between the Nuns' Strand to the left (North) and The Ladies' Strand to the right (South) in Ballybunion, with Scoilt na Druide (Cleft of the Starlings) in the middle and The Nine Daughters' Hole (Poll Na Naíonáin) to the left. The picture is unusual in that it was taken during an extremely low tide and the sand that normally sits in the cleft area had been pulled out by rough seas the night before to form a sandbar outside the cliffs. The beautiful green water in the cleft was some ten feet deep in an area that is normally full of sand.
This image was a labour of love; comprised of the meticulous alignment of 5 stitched images.