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 Wicklow Landscape | The ruined remains of a tree trunk floats upon Blessington lake as a threatening skies swoops in overhead.
A Donegal Seascape | An image of small rivulets of seawater slowly making their way through the golden sands of Pollan Beach in Donegal, back to the sea.
I had the opportunity over the weekend to spend the whole day with the camera on personal work and wow did I enjoy it. It’s been a waaaaay too long since I’ve had the chance to wander around with nothing to do but take pictures. I’ve been promising myself for a while now to produce something shall we say… less photographic!
Mad! At least that’s what my wife calls me. A 3am rise and 45 minute drive brought me to Howth Summit again, after my visit in January. I knew this was a spot worth visiting again and it didn’t let down.
Well eventually had a chance to take the 5D out for a spin and popped down to Dun Laoghaire during civil twilight. I have been fascinated by some images recently that use a method known as “painting with time” by choosing very long exposures. This is the first attempt at this although with only a…