16th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest Natural World
Lonely sailor

Dun Briste Seastack in Downpatrick Head used to be part of the Irish mainland but becouse of the nature forces it was detached from the main cliff leaving family who used to have their house there cut off. Family was safely reascued by neighbours. The seastack is huge and when standing on the cliff you can watch massive waves crashing into it. Power of ocean is really amazing. Dun Briste in Irish means Broken Fort. Seastack is 45 meters high and it's fantastic subject to photograph.

Photo Detail
Date Taken: 05.2018
Date Uploaded: 11.2018
Photo Location: Ballycastle, Ireland
Camera: NIKON D810
Copyright: © Pawel Zygmunt