A Kerry Landscape | The sun sets behind the ruins of Ballycarbery Castle near Cahersiveen in Kerry, Ireland
A Scottish Landscape | A black and white photograph, looking up from the beach in Ayr, at the 15th century Dovecot of Denure Castle.
A Scottish Landscape | Bidean Nam Bian, highest point in the former county of Argyll stands tall while in the foreground the River Coe rushes past in this photograph from Glencoe, Scotland.
A Galway Landscape | A view across Derryclare Lough, from Pine Island, to The Twelve Pins in Galway; with Bencorr standing prominent.
A Kerry Landscape | A tree stands alone in a sea of scrubby grass upon the banks of the Killarney’s Upper Lake in Kerry, Ireland in this Black and White image.
A landscape image taken at Grianan of Aileach showing Crepuscular rays peaking from Stratocumulus cloud upon lush green farmland in the heart of Donegal, Ireland.
A Sligo Landscape | The sun sets upon another day at Enniscrone Golf Course in Sligo, the Club House in the background and a still river in the foreground reflecting the magenta tinged clouds above.
Well firstly let me start off by wishing you all a very happy New Year. One of the images that made it into my Top 10 for last year was a piece entitled A Line of Crocuses which I originally shared with you in March. I’d like to share an alternate composition of the same subject with you today.
A Donegal Seascape | I have been promising to return to sharing some images from my recent Donegal trip for the last couple of weeks and today the wait is over. A stormy cloud covered sky hovers threateningly above Fanad Lighthouse while the surrounding cliffs plunge into rough seas.
I spent this weekend with Family down in our usual log cabins at Skeagh Lake in County Cavan. I came across this tiny buttercup almost lost inside tall blades of lush green grass that were drenched after a downpour an hour earlier.
A Meath Landscape | The sun rises upon the ancient walls of The Yellow Steeple in Trim, County Meath. This 14th century tower was originally part off Trim’s Augustinian Abbey of St. Mary.
As I mentioned in my post last week I had an 11 hour photographic marathon a couple of saturdays ago which started with sunrise at Trim Castle in County Meath. As is often the case in Ireland the sunrise did not go exactly according to plan