A Wicklow Seascape | A Cargo Ship departs Wicklow Port out in to the Irish Sea, as clouds gather ominously above, and foreground rocks are endlessly washed by the ebb and flow of the sea .
A Kerry Landscape | The beautiful Torc Waterfall cascades down through the forest in the idilic Killarney National Park in Kerry in this Black and White image.
A Wicklow Seascape | A Cargo Ship departs Wicklow Port out in to the Irish Sea, as clouds gather ominously above, and foreground rocks are endlessly washed by the ebb and flow of the sea.
A Waterford Seascape | The ancient, and weather beaten rocks of Kilfarressy Cove rise from the sea like teeth in this dramatic Black and White Photograph.
A Waterford Seascape | The Seastacks known as Burke’s Rock squat in the bay of Caher Cove, appearing like Beasts of Burden heading home from another day of hard labour, in this Black & White image captured in Waterford, Ireland.
A Wicklow Landscape | A black and white image of small section of the base of Powerscourt waterfalls in Wicklow with a strong play of light and shadows on the moss covered cliff face.
A Wicklow Landscape | A black and white image placing the viewer at the foot of Tonelagee looking out upon Scarr Mountain with Kanturk Mountain in the background.
Here I share another image from my recent trip to the rugged landscape that is Donegal. A small stream was running down through the mountainside and meandering is way down to feed the Dunlewy Lough. I just love the ruggedness of this landscape, surrounded by mountains, full of boulders and streams and lots of little lakes dotted around.
On Tuesday I spoke about my weekend trip to Lough Tay in the Wicklow Mountains and today I will continue with another image from that trip. After I had finished up at the top of the mountain I began to work my way back down. Some of these valleys don’t see sunlight for more then an hour after sunrise.
The sun peaks above the mountains to throw a shaft of early morning light upon the the rain soaked cliffs that stand guard around Lough Tay in Wicklow, Ireland. A 5am rise, now that we are heading into winter I get to have a lie in for my sunrise excursions, unlike to ungodly hour of 3 a.m. during the summer months.
As I discussed in a recent post I took my maps of Dublin and Wicklow out last week to scan for possible new locations to shoot. I came across what appeared, on paper at least, to be a viable Waterfall near Glenmalure named Ess. Unfortunately a 45min drive and a 3k hike proved to be…