Irish coastal towns and villages have been feeling the full force of mother nature in recent days. High tides, high winds, and huge swells combined to create treacherous conditions just about everywhere.
Kilmore Quay is a small fishing village in the South East of Ireland, and it too has been feeling the brunt of the storm.
The small strand in Kilmore Quay is normally a haven of calm.
Kilmore Quay harbour getting pounded by giant waves.
Dunes disappearing into the sea at the Burrow.
Powerful surges at the small strand.
The harbour was pretty much a no-go area, with large rocks being hurled over the fortified harbour walls.
Collapsed access road at nearby Seaview.