A British Seascape | Sunrise at Boscombe Pier in Bournemouth, England on a foggy morning, creating an beautiful blue glow.
A Kerry Landscape | The warmth of dawns first light spreads across the clouds above Carrauntoohil mountain and reflects down upon the calm waters of Lough Caragh in Kerry, Ireland.
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.
A Kerry Landscape | The sun rises to paint the sky in vivid colours above Lough Caragh in Kerry, while the frost is still hard upon the ground.
A Waterford Seascape | The sun rises over Ballydwan along the UNESCO Global Geopark Copper Coast in Waterford, Ireland, to paint the ancient Sea Stacks with it's warm glow.
A Dorset Seascape | A brand new day starts with the sun spreading its gentle light across Old Harry’s Rocks on the Dorset Coastline on this panoramic photograph.
A Donegal Seascape | Just after dawn heavy clouds move in above the cliffs of Donegal near Portsalon as the viewer looks out to see to watch the tide come in.
A Wicklow Seascape | The sun has just crested the horizon sending its warm golden light down to Naylor’s Cove in Bray, Co. Wicklow. The 2nd image from my recent visit to this location, this one being just after sunrise.
A Wicklow Seascape | Here’s the 1st image from my recent trip to Bray Head in Wicklow. As a new day starts the sun slowly begins to warm the skies, yet there’s not enough light yet to warm the cool sea and the cliffs are left as a silhouette.
A Dublin Seascape | The very last image shot in 2012, taken in Whiterock Bay in Dalkey, Dublin. A brief break in the cloud allows the dawn sun to send its golden light down across Whiterock Bay while the sea continues to trash the rocks and beach.
Cavan Landscape | The autumnal colours of the forest are in full display as they reflect in the perfectly still Skeaghvil Lake in Cavan
A Donegal Seascape | “Waves crash upon the rocks of a rugged Donegal coastline in Ireland while the dawn sun sends out its golden glow.” Here’s something a little bit different from me. I plan to experiment this year with a lot more abstract type work. And with that in mind I started to experiment a little over the last few months of 2011.