Sheep’s Head Cliffs

Sheep's Head Cliffs

The cliffs of Sheep’s Head in West Cork are forever battered by the Atlantic.

Aperture ƒ/10
Camera Canon EOS 40D
Focal length 10mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 1/250s

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6 Comments

  1. Richard Reply

    Reminds me of the ‘clearing the head’ walks one takes after the Christmas/new year excesses

  2. Matty Reply

    I think this is fantastic.

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  3. Mary Reply

    Beautiful, my brother has a holiday house in Kilcrohane which I think is nearby.

  4. Donncha Reply

    Richard – except this year it’s so cold I can imagine it must be absolutely freezing if the wind blows off the Atlantic.

    Matty – thanks!

    Mary – thanks too, you’re right. we stopped there and took a few photos in the shop there.

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  5. hit Reply

    Danke Schön

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  6. John Reply

    I visited Sheeps head cliffs on my last vist to Ireland. Staggering coastline and beautiful people.

    It won’t be my last trip, going fishing there in August. Look out for me! :-)

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