Rossnowlagh, February 2014

The wind blew a shower of spray from the swollen, cresting waves

and all the science I ever learned about tides and weather and other such things

was lost in the wild exhilaration of a walk on the beach in February

as the sun found a crack in the grey Atlantic clouds

before setting off the storm-beaten coast of Donegal.

© Siobhán McNamara

Rossnowlagh Beach, February 2014 © Siobhán McNamara

Rossnowlagh Beach, February 2014
© Siobhán McNamara

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