Shot June 2011 at Downpatrick Head, County Mayo, Ireland. This headland is riven with caves, one of which runs right through from one side to the other, running completely straight for about 400m and needs very little swell to enter safely. The big seastack is known as Dun Briste.
Shot mainly with a Go Pro HD mounted on the rear of the boat on a tripod secured with (lots of) gaffer tape. Footage from an earlier trip had been marred by water drops and salt marks so we washed with ordinary water and dried off with a chamois between shots. Additional footage shot on Canon 5d mk II.
Best viewed full screen to appreciate how good the Go Pro is. Interesting test of its low-light and auto-exposure capability.
Music: Weird Fishes from the album 'In Rainbows' by Radiohead - buy it on iTunes.