Our featured photo today was taken at Gyles' Quay in Co. Louth by Conor McEneaney. It is so called after a wooden structure was built there by Ross Gyles in 1780. The lapping tide is smoothed out by this long exposure. There is a nice contrast between the shadows and highlights in this black and white image.
See more Irish landscape photos in Conor McEneaney's gallery.
- Mark Sheils
Founder, Picture Ireland