It’s hard to believe another year has gone by, and I have said that before. It is that time of year again when I prepare for the Peoples Photography Exhibition being held here in Dublin over this weekend, August 27th & 28th.
Yup, not quite Moonrise over Hernandez but still something that has been on my to-do list for a long time. I wanted to capture a nice sharp image of the moon. Now that I know what I can achieve I think I’ll try something a little more creative next time.
I spent this weekend with Family down in our usual log cabins at Skeagh Lake in County Cavan. I came across this tiny buttercup almost lost inside tall blades of lush green grass that were drenched after a downpour an hour earlier.
A Meath Landscape | The sun rises upon the ancient walls of The Yellow Steeple in Trim, County Meath. This 14th century tower was originally part off Trim’s Augustinian Abbey of St. Mary.
A close-up of the delicate petals of a Centaurea montana flower set against a soft green background. The image I am posting today is a follow-up to one I posted earlier last month although taking a different perspective on the flower also known as a Bachelor’s Button.
The sun slips behind a small cloud as it rises, casting a cool light upon the sea and brings a new day to Howth in Dublin in Ireland. It was just over a year ago when this image was taken, July 3rd, 2010 to be exact. I remember it so well as it was during one of the most magnificent sunrises I witnessed last year.
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The violet flower of this Tillandsia ‘Anita’ is in full bloom. This one has been on the back burner since April. I was fascinated by this plant when I came across it in Johnstown Garden Centre in Nass, Kildare.
The Calla Lily must be one of my favorite flowers. It has been a long time since I have attempted captured an image of this Lily as it is one of those flowers I find difficult to do justice too.
I posted an image of a single Crazy Daisy a little while back and thought I would follow-up today with a slightly different composition.
I decided on this occasion to visit the Alpine Gardens as I rarely spend any time there and I was confident I was missing something. And I was right, I came across this Mountain Cornflower which I had not seen before.
A friend and I decided to take a trip down to Hook Head Lighthouse in Wexford to capture a Sunset and Sunrise combo. We’d packed the tent and sleeping bags and even though the weather didn’t promise much we jumped into the car and took the 2.5hr drive.