Eastern Wind

The place where I live is located on the eastern coast of Ireland, where the wind most of the time comes from the mountains blowing towards the sea. Last days surprisingly the direction had been changed to SE direction which combined with the sea tides created great waves, crashing against the rocks. On Sunday I woke up early in the morning and headed to Dun Laoghaire  to capture that phenomena, but the tide was low and the waves gave the only faint clappement  against a huge water break. I checked the time for the next high tide and in the afternoon  headed to Greystones…

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