A Donegal Seascape | Just when you thought you had seen everything from my Donegal Trip last year here’s another image. While wandering around the beach just to the North-West of the lighthouse I happened across this small pool of seawater.
A Donegal Landscape | I wanted to share another image with you today from my trip to Donegal from September. An panoramic image showing a heavily overcast day with the sun breaking through the clouds to cast its light upon the peak of Mount Errigal in County Donegal, Ireland
A Wicklow Nightscape | Well here’s something a little different from me. Creating an image of the night sky has been on my list all year but clear skies are as uncommon at night in Ireland as they are during the day.
A Donegal Seascape | After I had taken the Fanad Lighthouse Image I took a walk around the cliff and surrounding area to see what else the location had to offer. Just a short walk away I was able to get down to the sea upon a jagged outcropping of rocks. By this point though the winds had begun to pick up sending the waves crashing upon the rocks, and a much more threatening clouds had begun to move in. Perfect I said in my head.
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.
A Donegal Seascape. I had not planned to get up for sunrise this morning as the forecast was pretty bleak. Yea I know why would I ever listen to a weather forecast! I guess though that something in me made me get out of bed just as the sun was about to rise and when I saw the potential I grabbed my bag and ran. I mean that literally. I had no time to spare.
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.
A Donegal Seascape. The first in a series of images I plan to release from my recent trip to Donegal, Ireland. The image offers a very calm, almost serene seascape taken just after dawn on the 1st morning from a wonderful golden sandy beach overlooking cliffs and open sea.
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.
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.
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…
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.