Artists Eye: Ireland’s West Coast Before Sunset

London-based photographer Przemek Czaicki captured this image of the Cliffs of Moher while visiting County Clare. He told us about his unique adventure…


Cliffs of Moher by Przemek Czaicki –

I was travelling the West Coast of Ireland seeking photographic opportunities. It was a cool adventure, because two of my friends joined me for a few days on this excursion. We got to drive around the Dingle Peninsula and counties Clare and Kerry in a vintage Volkswagen Campervan T2 while exploring and snapping.


This sunset was one of the few clear days we managed to get. The West Coast is very unpredictable with its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. Thirty minutes after the sunset, fog and heavy rain settled in ending this brief spell of pretty weather. It rained for the remainder of the journey, as it does on the Emerald Ireland.

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  1. May I paint your photo of the Cliffs of Moher?
    Pattie johnson

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