This seaside sunset could be anywhere. This one took a little bit of a challenge to get back from. Crevasses were everywhere, some quite wide and deep, to jump over. I figured, after dark without a flash light, I was going to have a problem, and I did. Fall into one of the deep cracks and you’re a goner. Needless to say I took it slow and very sure-footed. I don’t know why, as photographers, we’ll take so many chances.
This photo was taken directly west of a small town called Doolin, just north of the “Cliffs of Moher”. A red graduated neutral-density filter was used.