I have completely reproduced an earlier shot, as there was too much distortion, colour shifts and it wasn't stitched properly. I will keep two of them for the meantime, after which this one will remain in the gallery.
Full view is a must, as the ICC profiled is stripped from miniature by dA.
I have recently went on a trip to the Republic of Ireland, namely Counties Clare and Kerry, spending a total of 6 days in those beautiful places. I was hoping for slightly better weather condition, but I suppose you cannot have it all. Apart from visiting many tourist attractions I spent a few days shooting. Those have to be one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
The Cliffs of Moher are one of the most popular tourist attractions in Ireland attracting close to a million visitors yearly (according to Wikipedia). They reach 214 metres at the highest point making them the tallest in Ireland. There are a lot of birds nesting around the lower parts of the cliffs. I thought it added to the charm of the scenery.
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