An Antrim Landscape | Storm clouds sweep overhead, above the ancient ruins of Dunluce Castle located close to the Giants Causeway on the Antrim Coast in Northern Ireland in this Black and White image.
An Antrim Seascape | A panoramic photo of Ballintoy Harbour at dusk. Announcing Light, Land & Sea’s very first Photography Tour – A Taste of Northern Ireland taking place in June 2015.
A Wicklow Landscape | As the sun shines through the trees above and paints the rocks with its dabbled light, the water cascades through small falls at Powerscourt Waterfall in Wicklow.
A Wicklow Seascape | The rock formations at Greystones jut out in to the Irish Sea as the clouds sweep in overhead 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.
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.
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 it appears as if March is the month of the Purple Crocus, atleast according to this blog. This is the 3rd image I have posted and I have in fact published 5 to my portfolio. I mentioned earlier that these flowers, along with Tulips mark the beginning of Spring for me.
Another image from my recent trip around the Botanical Gardens in Glasnevin here in Dublin. This is also of a Purple Crocus that are in such abundance at the moment. You can just about make out in the back a veritable sea of purple. I talked recently about the love-hate relationship I have with my 70-200…
Spring has most certainly sprung here in Ireland. Along with the new growth we have had some beautiful days of hazy blue skys and bright sunshine, still on the chilly side though. While I really enjoyed our wintertime this year with plenty of frost and snow I am ready to move on to a new season. Crocuses,…
So this week has been all about Lough Tay and the surrounding area and it continues with today’s post. I kicked this series off on Monday with an image entitled The Fence and the Field. In that post I mentioned that it was one of two images I captured in that location. Today I present…
As I was driving the clouds began to part and I felt my spirits lift. Once I turned of the main roads and started to head up the mountain side the temperatures began to plummet also and it wasn’t long before I was driving on frost covered roads – oh joy! I spent the time during actual sunrise down near Lough Tay and then headed up to this spot, about a 10min drive, once the sun started to crest the mountains.