December Daily | Day 18

Stradbally Waves


Stradbally sits at the foot of Mount Brandon a quant village by any standards with a beach that never ceases to impress and always takes my breath away. On this day, we were on day 3 of a huge winter storm that had passed through the night before, leaving just a little anger on the waves as a defiant don’t forget I was here sort of way. The thing that struck me and led to this capture was the length of the waves along the beach consistently breaking evenly all along the wave. Normally a wave will break in certain places quicker than other parts, these waves never did they were consistent, mesmorising almost hypnotic.



Stradbally Waves

Keith strives to provide the highest quality and finish for both framed and unframed prints. To achieve this he prints all images himself. Colour images are printed on 310gm Soft White Archival Museum Paper and framed in a 2” Solid Off-White Wooden Frame. This high quality, heavy weight paper ensures the images retain their texture, depth and colour pigmentation.

The following is a table of each print available with choices of size & frame:








47 x 33

51 x 38


120 x 84

130 x96




When you purchase one of my prints you are purchasing the actual print, with the right to display the print for viewing for non- commercial purposes. However, unless specifically authorized in writing, you may not scan, duplicate, copy, resell, publish or otherwise utilize the image in any manner without prior written authorization- You will own the print, not the rights to the original image.

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