A Wexford Seascape | A black and white photograph of Hook Lighthouse in Wexford Ireland, standing firm above turbulent seas.
An Antrim Seascape | High winds whip up the North Atlantic Ocean as dark rain clouds descend during this sunset scene near Balintoy Harbour on the Causeway Coast of Northern Ireland.
A Scottish Seascape | Standing on the beach at Elgol looking out the the majestic peaks of the Cuillin Hills in the Isle of Skye in Scotland
A Scottish Landscape | Standing near Torrin on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, looking across the water to the foreboding Clach Glas of the Cuillin Mountains
An Antrim Seascape | Stormy skies pass overhead while the Northern Atlantic Ocean is whipped up on the unique hexagonal basalt columns of the Giants Causeway in Antrim, Northern Ireland, in this Long Exposure Black and White Photograph
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 Wicklow Panoramic | As the sun rises on a new day in the Wicklow mountains the moon begins its slow decent. The Sun was just peaking above the mountains out of frame left and that soft light was just kissing the peaks of the mountains giving them this amazing soft pink glow.
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.
[column width=”55%” padding=”3%”] Black and White image of the Hell Fire Club located in the Dublin Mountains in Ireland. [/column] [column width=”42%”] I took a visit to the Hell Fire Club on Saturday afternoon. This building – a hunting lodge built around 1725 by William Conolly – was originally called Mount Pelier and since its…
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.