Today we feature a pinhole composition taken by George Sheils at Baltray Beach in County Louth. The name Baltray comes from the Irish Baile Trá (meaning Beach settlement). There are two Megalithic standing stones located in Baltray also. George explains:
"I decided to revisit Baltray Beach recently when I was testing out some new pinhole cameras. The first image here is of a wooden post which for some bizarre reason is stuck in the sand some 200 yards out and can only be seen at low tide. I don't know what it is doing there and I don't think it serves any obvious purpose but it is nice to photograph all the same."
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- Mark Sheils
Founder, Picture Ireland