Another County Donegal post and an isolated beach is the location for the next couple of shots, focusing on ‘split’.
The split rock is massive, so I guess that just shows the power of the ocean.
Something a little different for today anyway.
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10 thoughts on “Split in Two”
Hi Mick. I love how the nuance kind of represents itself here.
In one (1st/left) I see power, in the other I sense sovereignty.
This is such an effect-cause / matter-force delicacy! 🙂
Thank you for your thoughtful words Kutukamus. I like the way the one on the left seems divided and yet is the same – waves coming in, waves returning and yet it is all one. It seems incredible that this benign subject can at times cause so much havoc and rip rocks apart.
Many thanks for commenting. MM 🍀
The split is impressive and I feel the warmth of the sun (even if the temps weren’t warm)
Oh the sun was certainly not splitting the stones on the day we were there but it was beautiful. 🍀
Great colours in these photographs, I especially love the lighting in the former.
Thank you Manal, always good to get your input. MM 🍀
Love the light too in the rock image!! Great shots.
Thank you Dune Mouse, mush appreciated. Enjoy the week, MM 🍀
Wonderful images… Especially the rock.
It was great to see, 😃