The Nuns' Strand Stacks by Polly x
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The wonderful stacks, including the Virgin Rock (left) on The Nuns’ Strand, Ballybunion, Kerry, Ireland. The Nun’s Strand bears it’s name from the nuns who took up residence in the convent on the cliffs that is no longer their home; at the time nobody else was allowed to use the beach. Before the arrival of the nuns, the beach was known as Doon Bay and the virgin rock was called Carraig Na Faoileán_ (Rock of !the Gulls).

Canon EOS 400D EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6

Comments

  • Barry Norton
    Barry Nortonabout 3 years ago

    Wonderful capture Polly

  • Hi Barry, many thanks for your comment, glad you liked it :)

    – Polly x

  • Marion Chapman
    Marion Chapmanabout 3 years ago

    good one! love the treatment, makes them look almost lonely

  • Thank you Marion, glad you liked it :)

    – Polly x

  • Doug Dawson
    Doug Dawsonabout 3 years ago

    I like this, nice and simple with a good tone to it. I can just imagine raquel welch in a woolly mammoth bikini, running from behind those rocks, great job Polly!

  • Ha, excellent reponse Doug – I was going for a retro-photograph. I’m sure she would have enhanced the image perfectly :)

    – Polly x

  • Solomon Walker
    Solomon Walkerabout 3 years ago

    wonderful seaside image Paulette

  • Thanks Solo, much appreciated x

    – Polly x

  • Raymond Kerr
    Raymond Kerrabout 3 years ago

    Great capture .. did hope to get over there sometime .. !! ; ))

  • Ah well, come on over and we’ll show you around. Just give us some warning and we’ll meet you :)

    – Polly x

  • We have loads of horses here too (the man next door breeds them) which I know you love :)

    – Polly x

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