The Blow Hole 2

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Stormy Donegal Coast - Wild Atlantic Way
Location: Rosguill Peninsula, Rinnafaghla Point, County Donegal

Another photograph of stormy Atlantic Waves crashing onto the rugged coastline on the Rosguill Peninsula in County Donegal. This photograph is looking towards a landmark blow hole. During very stormy weather the sea is forced through the hole with such power that it can rise 200-300 feet in the air and can be seen and heard for many miles.

Technical Specifications
Canon EOS 5D MkII, Canon EF17-40mm f/4L USM Lens at 40mm, 1/50 sec @ f13, ISO 50,

Sunlit Pebbles

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Comments

Photo comment By jacqueline vaughan: This is what I call beautiful Ireland. No place like Donegal.

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