If I were to point my camera south from this point you would be presented with the iconic Cliffs of Moher. I chose differently here; I chose to face north to capture the sun setting out from this northerly point of the cliffs.
This is an area that seems to be overlooked quite often, no doubt due to its larger, more dramatic big brothers to the south. I myself had come here expecting to get a dramatic photograph of the sun illuminating the south end of the cliffs but the haze coming in from the Atlantic was killing the setting sun. There was no angry red /orange sky to complement the ferocity of the crashing waves but this presented me with another opportunity; the opportunity to line up the beautifully diffused sun with the leading line of the oft-forgotten north end of the cliffs. It's easy to forget these cliffs when you're looking towards O'Brien's tower but they really are a sight to behold all on their own.