One from the Archives | A close up image of the sunlight causing frost on brown winter withered leaf to sparkle.
A Donegal Seascape | Waves crash upon the exposed cliffs of Fanad Head, Donegal while dark storm clouds rumble over head. | This image, like a number of the images in my Donegal Gallery was taken at Fanad Head near the Lighthouse.
A Dublin Landscape | I took a refreshing if somewhat blustery hike in the Dublin Mountains on Monday. At the summit it was wild with high winds and constantly changing light as the clouds rushed overhead.
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.
Spring is here! While I love what every season brings, Spring offers something truly special. This image above captures the very essence of that new life for me. The bud of a new flower literally bursting from the ground. The dead brown leaves surrounding the vibrant pink flower stem acting as a classic juxtaposition – winter/death vs spring/life.
A Dublin Seascape | A single rock protrudes from the ocean standing silent watch near Dun Laoghaire, Harbour in Dublin, Ireland | It feels great to be publishing my very 1st image of 2012 today.
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 Floral Image | A close-up image of a Calla Lily flower showing the detailing and texture of the white petals. Back in June last year I shared an image of a Calla Lilly called Hidden from Sight that eventually made it into my Top 10 Favourite images of 2011. Today I wanted to share another composition from that same session.
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.
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.
Well here we stand at the very edge of 2011; 2012 just within sight. It’s that time of year again; and as promised last week and again on Tuesday I am sharing my personal Top 10 favourite images from this year.
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.