Look at this unique view of Keem Beach. The most westerly beach on Achill Island, County Mayo in the west of Ireland. The sun is bestows a magical light onto the beach.
This photo is taken to show the hill jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean where the sea is a green blue hue and the deep blue of the sky punctuated with fluffy white clouds over the mountain above the beach.
Uniquely, it is April and the beach is not filled with bikini babes and hunks in swimming trunks which is normal in July and August. It is the perfect scene for beautiful solitude.
The rocky shoreline of Achill Island, County Mayo juts out into the deep blue Atlantic Ocean. On the horizon, the hills of mainland Ireland are in the distance across Clew Bay. The skyline is draped with soft, fluffy, white clouds drifting aross the blue sky on a perfect April day in 2016.
The small harbour at Purteen in the west of Achill Island, County Mayo, Ireland. A car is parked along the side of the pier as the water leads out into the Atlantic Ocean. The tide is out on a bright, sunny, April day. In the background, the stunning Minaun Cliffs jut out into the Atlantic Ocean. Above, soft, fluffy clouds float in the blue sky. One of the most picturesque spots on the Wild Atlantic Way.
The small harbour at Purteen in the west of Achill Island, County Mayo, Ireland. A small white boat is moored while the tide is out on a bright, sunny, April day. In the background, the stunning Minaun cliffs jut out into the Atlantic Ocean. Above, soft, fluffy clouds float in the blue sky.
A young family is walking on a deserted Keel beach with incredible scenery in front of them. Soft, white, dreamy clouds provide a cover over a deep blue Atlantic Ocean framed by jagged cliffs and golden soft sand. The strand makes the figures look distant and isolated from the rest of the beach.
Keel beach is empty, unusual for a Golden sunny day. The island of Inishgalloon off Achill Island sets the scene in perfect splendour as soft, white clouds drift silently overhead. The view is inspirational but isolationist at the same time.