A Wicklow Seascape | A Cargo Ship departs Wicklow Port out in to the Irish Sea, as clouds gather ominously above, and foreground rocks are endlessly washed by the ebb and flow of the sea .
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
A Wicklow Seascape | A Cargo Ship departs Wicklow Port out in to the Irish Sea, as clouds gather ominously above, and foreground rocks are endlessly washed by the ebb and flow of the sea.
A Derry Seascape | Mussenden Temple stands brooding looking out from the edge of the cliff as the viewer stands on Downhill beach looking up towards it in this muted blue 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 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 Dublin Seascape | As storm clouds move in over Poolbeg Generating Station the sea around Dún Laoghaire remains dead calm.
A Wicklow Seascape | As the tide recedes upon Bray Beach in Wicklow it leaves exposed seaweed covered rocks and small rivulets in this Black and White image.
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
[column width=”64%” padding=”3%”] A Black and White. low and wide-angle view of the Giants Causeway looking out to Sea. Click here to buy a Fine Art Gicleé Print [/column] [column width=”31%”] As many of you are aware I was on my travels last week and one of the places I visited was the Antrim Coast…