Photograph of the year

As some of you may know, I had a visit from President Jefferson Davis recently.

Not only is he a fine president, but he is also an exceptional photographer.

He took a trip to the Cliffs of Moher and while he was there, he took a lot of photographs.

He sent me this one.  It is of the Aran Islands which lie off the West Coast of Ireland.


I think it is a magnificent photograph.  It captures the mood of the place to perfection.  The photograph gives an essence of tranquility and inner release.  Note how the light glints on the water, capturing a moment in time that would otherwise be lost forever.  It encapsulates all that is beautiful about nature. 

I think it needs a caption though…


Photograph of the year — 23 Comments

  1. I think he was lucky because normally the wind is howling there. And from where he was standing taking the photo he normally would have had a bovine powerwash.

  2. Caption: Bugger off before I let wind in your direction. 🙂

    I should crop that and put a picture of Glasgow in the background! 🙂 All I’ll say is that it is an industrial city. 🙂

  3. Sorry to spoil all your fun, but that’s not actually the brown cow peeing, there’s a small child hidden behind it standing on the black cow’s back with a water pistol….

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