Achill Island is linked to the mainland of Ireland by a bridge over Achill Sound, the stretch of water running between the two. At the southern end of the sound stands Grace O’Malley’s Tower and nearby lies a small quay with boats tied up alongside. A protected harbour, away from the Atlantic waves that crash upon the exposed western seaboard.
The image above was taken on the same day as Achill Island Coastline, but the atmosphere is somewhat contrasting. Here at Cloghmore, shelter is to be found.