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 | Bidean Nam Bian, highest point in the former county of Argyll stands tall while in the foreground the River Coe rushes past in this photograph from Glencoe, Scotland.
Water Abstract | And abstract photograph showing the water swirling in abstract patterns while the riverbed beneath glows in vibrant greens and golds.
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.
A Sligo Landscape | The sun sets upon another day at Enniscrone Golf Course in Sligo, the Club House in the background and a still river in the foreground reflecting the magenta tinged clouds above.
Wicklow Landscape | The river swiftly drifts by beneath trees heavy with autumnal foliage. The Vale of Clara in Wicklow proved to be a forest full of tree’s heavy with autumnal foliage and vibrant colours and a fast-moving river swollen after some recent heavy rains.
A Meath Landscape | The sun rises upon the ancient walls of The Yellow Steeple in Trim, County Meath. This 14th century tower was originally part off Trim’s Augustinian Abbey of St. Mary.
After the Sunrise in Greystones (and a well earned breakfast and a couple of coffee’s) it was time to head up to Glendalough in Laragh. I cannot count the amount of times I have visited this place over the last few years. There was one ‘classic’ image from this location that I have wanted to capture for a while now and decided today was the day to do it.