Sunlit wheat field, County Down 2
Drumlins County Down
“Act II: congruence realised.”
– SJ Mannion
A photo taken during a trip to Northern Ireland. The light was amazing and the clouds were moving very quickly across the hills. These types of hills are called drumlins, small, low and rounded, extending from County Down to Donegal Bay and making the landscape look like a basket of eggs. It was incredible to see the sunlit areas literally racing along the ground in the front of my eyes. I took a series of shots around the west coast of Strangford Lough.
– Enda Cavanagh