Returned to photography and the digital age in the early 2000s after a break of about 18 years. I enjoy the immediacy of digital photography and I am not averse to post production work on an image. I am improving at photographing landscapes, not very good at photographing people and mostly photograph ‘things’.
One of a series taken after a storm on Downhill Beach, near the village of Castlerock, County Londonderry. This is one of the longest stretches of beach in Europe, stretching some 11km from Migilligan Point to Downhill. The Temple on top of the cliff was bulit in 1785 as a library by the then Earl Bishop of Derry, Fredrick Hervey and was modelled on the Temple of Vesta at Tivoli, Italy; the Temple is now a National Trust property.
Lokofoto - 12" x 8.5"
*Printed photograph will appear exactly as displayed here. (including watermarks, signatures etc.)