A Derry Seascape | Mussenden Temple stands brooding looking out from the edge of the cliff as the viewer stands on Downhill beach looking up towards it in this muted blue photograph.
An Wexford Seascape | The last of the suns golden light paints the sky behind Hook Lighthouse in Wexford, Ireland, as it lights safe passage for passing ships.
A Dublin Seascape | The old rusted railings and ladder at Malahide, leading into a queit sea with a clear blue sky overhead and Ireland’s Eye off in the distance.
A Donegal Seascape | An image showing the tide rises quickly upon Kinnegoe Bay in Donegal as a lonely sentinel stands vigilant in its unending watch.
A Donegal Seascape | An image of small rivulets of seawater slowly making their way through the golden sands of Pollan Beach in Donegal, back to the sea.
Wicklow Landscape | The river swiftly drifts by beneath trees heavy with autumnal foliage. The Vale of Clara in Wicklow proved to be a forest full of tree’s heavy with autumnal foliage and vibrant colours and a fast-moving river swollen after some recent heavy rains.
A Dublin Seascape | Last Saturday I braved a Dawn shoot after several days of heavy rain and flooding. I knew this would bring some great weather conditions at the sea. I headed down to the Forty Foot near Dun Laoghaire.
So this week has been all about Lough Tay and the surrounding area and it continues with today’s post. I kicked this series off on Monday with an image entitled The Fence and the Field. In that post I mentioned that it was one of two images I captured in that location. Today I present…
As I was driving the clouds began to part and I felt my spirits lift. Once I turned of the main roads and started to head up the mountain side the temperatures began to plummet also and it wasn’t long before I was driving on frost covered roads – oh joy! I spent the time during actual sunrise down near Lough Tay and then headed up to this spot, about a 10min drive, once the sun started to crest the mountains.
I have shared quite a few images from my recent trip to Spain already and here is another one. I spoke last week about a visit to a full scale reconstruction of a Moorish Castle near the area of Orihuela in a small village called San Miguel. Maybe not the large scale view you were…
Mad! At least that’s what my wife calls me. A 3am rise and 45 minute drive brought me to Howth Summit again, after my visit in January. I knew this was a spot worth visiting again and it didn’t let down.
A 5am start to any day is never easy, even harder when you’re on holidays. But when the day starts like this, that early rise and one hour drive is all worthwhile. This was taken along the Promenade in Torrevieja in the south of Spain just as the sun was cresting the water. You can…