At Na Dunaibh in County Donegal.

OLYMPUS E500
ZUIKO 4/3 14-45mm

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bay, sand, rocks, ocean, atlantic ocean, na dunaibh, county donegal, ireland, watscapephoto, steven watson

WatscapePhoto is Steve Watson from
Headingley, Leeds, UK
This image is © Steven F Watson 2011

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  • Martina Fagan
    Martina Faganalmost 3 years ago

    beautiful image

  • Thank you very much, Tina.

    – WatscapePhoto

  • Nicole Besch
    Nicole Beschalmost 3 years ago

    Amazing seascape with very beautiful colors,tones and composition! Very beautiful taken!
    Nicole

  • Many thanks, Nicole.

    – WatscapePhoto

  • Catherine Hamilton-Veal  ©
    Catherine Hami...almost 3 years ago

    Simply wonderful dear Steve.x

  • Thank you very much, Catherine – and for the fave

    – WatscapePhoto

  • JanT
    JanTalmost 3 years ago

    Wow, Steven. I wouldn’t expect to see such turquoise hues in the water! Great shot — and these shorebirds don’t have tripods?

  • Many thanks, Jan – and for the fave. Like the Caribbean, without palm trees and warmth.LOL. Still a bit warmer than the sea in your part of the world, I would think. The birds can’t afford tripods over here.LOL.

    – WatscapePhoto

  • JanT
    JanTalmost 3 years ago

    Seems perfect then, Steven. I’m not fond of warmth, particularly after spending too much time in the sun as a youthful redheaded warbler bird. You understand about the sun and its effects, eh? Could I wear a long-sleeved tee and long pants for sunscreen?

    Looks beautiful. Again, great shot.

  • Thank you very much again, Jan. Oh the air was quite warm that day (mid. 70s) so bottled screen still required but the sea temperature would take your breath away. LOL

    – WatscapePhoto

  • leonie7
    leonie7almost 3 years ago

    Wow what a stuning view and wonderful capture Steve so well done just beautiful

  • Many thanks, Lee – and for the fave.

    – WatscapePhoto

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