Wild atlantic way

For three weeks, Chris travelled the Wild Atlantic Way along the west coast of Ireland in search of the most beautiful scenery. He began
his journey in the small port of Kinsale, south of Cork city, and ended at the northernmost point of the Emerald Isle, at Malin Head in Donegal.
On many occasions, the photographer left the main road to lose himself in the twists and turns of narrow roads along wild coves swept
by the onshore winds. He has also explored mountainous terrain, overlooking as far as the eye can see, stretches of russet moorland
punctuated by majestic lakes and fish-filled rivers. By criss-crossing the counties of Cork, Kerry, Clare, Galway, Mayo, Sligo and Donegal,
he tried to understand the link that united the Irish of the West Coast to this hostile land swept by the incessant bad weather from the Atlantic.
West Coast, Ireland. 2022.
Reenacappul, kilcrohane. County Cork. Ireland.