As the Tide Rushes In – Kilfarrasy, Co. Waterford – 16/Project52

I have been trying to get out to the beach late in the evening for a long time and eventually last night I did, however I didn’t have my full compliment of filters so I made the job a bit tougher than normal. I had been scouting Hook Head, Kilfarrasy and Annestown Beach as possible locations for a sunset long exposure shoot.

I was also hoping to capture the space station as it passed overhead (supposed to be 20:46pm but I never saw it). The resultant shot is what I got, not what I was hoping for but the shot below is not bad for a first attempt.

Kilfarrasy Waterford

This weekend I hope to take some shots in and around Co. Cork, near Mallow. Other areas I have scouted for future photography sessions include a night shoot of Wexford town and some city shots of Waterford perhaps revisiting the black and white shots I did last year and creating similar shots.

Photo Location : Kilfarrasy Beach, Co. Waterford, Ireland

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  1. Diana April 30, 2012 at 10:17 pm #

    Your photographs are amazing! I am a serious amateur photographer and looking forward to getting my work noticed. If you could visit my photography blog, that would be fantastic!
    Thank you for your time!

    • shanemcd May 1, 2012 at 12:36 pm #

      Thanks Diana – had a look at your blog, and liked the shots you have there.
      Good luck with your site.

  2. torekimi June 26, 2012 at 12:05 pm #

    Hallo Shane. Thanks for visiting my photoblog (though there’s not much yet to see). A gorgeous archive you’ve got here. This long exposure and beautiful colours caught my eye. I’ll be looking out for you on Flickr too. Bests, Tracey

    • shanemcd June 26, 2012 at 9:18 pm #

      Thanks Tracey – comment is much appreciated. I will be following your blog also. Great shots!
      Thanks for stopping by!

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