Photographer Jooney Woodward captures the haunting beauty of Western Ireland.
To photograph a travel story that’s about Ireland on the surface—but is really about the dark chapter in a marriage—it helps when the weather cooperates. And, while shooting on assignment for a feature story in our March/April 2017 issue, “it was pouring the majority of the time,” photographer Jooney Woodward says.
“Once, I got out of the car with an umbrella to get a shot, and the umbrella nearly broke from the wind,” she explains. “I’d never been anywhere so remote—it was a complete contrast to the hectic city of London, where I live and work. I rarely passed another car, and all I could see for miles was rugged coastline.”
Here are the images she captured between deluges.
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