A Donegal Landscape | The sun sets behind the hills of wild Donegal, a small white cottage sits at their foothills before a shallow, quiet river.
A Scottish Landscape | Clouds move swiftly above the mountains around Loch Lomond, as the lake by Millarochy Bay lies still.
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 Wicklow Landscape | A Black and White Image of a view of a small waterfall running through Cloghleagh Wood where the vantage point is mere inches above the water.
Cavan Landscape | The autumnal colours of the forest are in full display as they reflect in the perfectly still Skeaghvil Lake in Cavan
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.
So today I am publishing the final post in my four part discussion on my recent purchase of an Apple mid-2011 iMac. So far I have stepped you through the reasons behind my decision to move from a MacPro to an iMac an unboxing fest along with a round of speed tests and the last post covered off a number of the things I disliked about the iMac. Today, by way of balancing that last post I will discuss a number of things I really like about my new iMac.
Another image from my time spent in Spain and from the same series discussed in Tuesdays post where I spent a pleasant 15 minutes with a group of geese and their young. In this image the goose has decided to take a little dip to cool off. You can see a number of Finches(?) busying…
As promised earlier in the week I will continue to share some of the images I captured during my trip to Spain last June. We found a really nice spot for dinner just outside San Miquel near Orihuela in what for all intense and purposes was the grounds of a Moorish castle from the Medieval…