A British Seascape | Sunrise at Boscombe Pier in Bournemouth, England on a foggy morning, creating an beautiful blue glow.
A Donegal Seascape | Clouds move swiftly overhead as the sun begins to set on the beautiful Boyeeghter Bay in Donegal, Ireland.
A Wexford Seascape | The sea crashes against the rugged rocks of Hook Head in Wexford, Ireland in this Long Exposure Black and White Photograph
A Waterford Seascape | The sun sets across Benvoy Cove along the Copper Coast in Waterford, Ireland sending gentle warm colours across the sky.
A Scottish Landscape | The warmth of the setting sun momentarily peaks beneath heavy rain clouds at Castle Stalker, a four-story tower house picturesquely set on a tidal islet on Loch Laich, an inlet off Loch Linnhe 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
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A Waterford Seascape | The Seastacks known as Burke’s Rock squat in the bay of Caher Cove, appearing like Beasts of Burden heading home from another day of hard labour, in this Black & White image captured in Waterford, Ireland.
A Kerry Landscape | The sun begins to set on the Upper Lake, casting its soft glow upon the snow covered tops of Kerry’s rugged mountain peaks, while a lone tree stands bent but strong against the elements.
A Dublin Seascape | The freshly painted handrail at Seapoint near Dún Laoghaire reaches out into a calm sea as storm clouds roll in overhead in the square photograph.
A Dorset Seascape | A panoramic black and white photograph of the rugged cliffs of Dorset with lush fields and an expanse of sea in the foreground and clouds sweeping overhead.
A Dublin Seascape | A long exposure minimal photograph depicting two stones slowly being engulfed by the incoming tide knowing that they must patiently wait for the next opportunity to see each other once again.