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 Why Western Ireland Is the Best Place to Be Sad, "it was pouring the majority of the time," said photographer Jooney Woodward.
"Once, I got out of the car with an umbrella to get a shot, and the umbrella nearly broke from the wind," she said. "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.