The South Wall is a 200-year-old pier that stretches out into Dublin Bay. A historical landmark of trade and commerce that millions of Dubliners have walked for hundreds of years.
I spent much of the lockdown months on the South Wall or walking on the adjacent sand as the tide dropped, trying to create a new and unique collection of images. Something that reflected the calm that the escape brought. The chance to let all other worries drift away and focus on my photography, on the experience of being there, being present, and hopefully creating something beautiful from a very difficult situation.