Atlantic ocean waves in Crosshaven bay

I dont know if there are a lot of things in life that I love more than taking photos of the runnig water. It’s like a magnet for me, the time slows down and I can spend hours taking photos without even noticing it. When I took photos of the Torc Waterfall I spent like half an hour and my friends had to force me to return to the car.

Today we went to Crosshaven, its a small coastal town half an hour drive from Cork. It’s very beautiful there, the bay is amazing – green water, salty taste of the ocean in the air, a small beach and of course the waves. It’s possible to find a sheltered spot and spend some time there doing nothing just watching the ocean.

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  • Charles Smith

    It’s a good thing we never went to this park in Paris in that case then when you were visiting. There’s a huge rock about 20 metres high with water flowing straight off the edge into a lake below… that, and the many other water features in the park (including a big cave with water flowing over on of the entrances) would have taken up the whole damn day!

    • Blackie Warner

      Omg… Where is this park? Too bad we didn’t go there (
      But I can go there alone if I visit France again?


    My favorite thing to do is to sit on a beach early morning and listen to the waves. Ocean is amazing. I love your pictures.

    • Blackie Warner

      Thank you very much! ) I love the smell of the ocean, the air, the way the light gets reflected in the water… it is one of the best things to do, to sit on the beach and to listen to the ocean.. )