Our featured photo today is Pan's rock footbridge in Ballycastle by Stephen Wallace. Located in County Antrim, this is a popular spot for fishing. The wooden bridge was constructed to prevent fisherman getting stranded on the rocks when the tide comes in. This is a really interesting black and white composition. I like how the handrails act as leading lines, drawing your eyes into the depth of the image. In addition, the shadow along the walkway adds nice contrast against the lighter tones.
Just down the beach, you can see a face carved into the rock near Devil's churn which is dated back to 1890!
This print is available from just €20. You can browse or purchase Stephen Wallace's pictures here.
- Mark Sheils
Founder, Picture Ireland