A Kerry Landscape | The warmth of dawns first light spreads across the clouds above Carrauntoohil mountain and reflects down upon the calm waters of Lough Caragh in Kerry, Ireland.
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.
A Wicklow Landscape | The rising sun casts its warm light to highlight the steam fog rising off the perfectly still Upper Lake at Glendalough in Wicklow.
A Scottish Landscape | Clouds move swiftly above the mountains around Loch Lomond, as the lake by Millarochy Bay lies still.
A Dublin Landscape | A black and white image of ivy winding it’s way around the trunk of a tree in Deer Park in Dublin.
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 Dublin Landscape | An ancient Oak silently holds audience deep in the forest surrounded by his younger saplings in Messy’s Wood in the Dublin Mountains
Cavan Landscape | The autumnal colours of the forest are in full display as they reflect in the perfectly still Skeaghvil Lake in Cavan
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 Dublin Landscape | I took a refreshing if somewhat blustery hike in the Dublin Mountains on Monday. At the summit it was wild with high winds and constantly changing light as the clouds rushed overhead.
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.
On Tuesday I spoke about my weekend trip to Lough Tay in the Wicklow Mountains and today I will continue with another image from that trip. After I had finished up at the top of the mountain I began to work my way back down. Some of these valleys don’t see sunlight for more then an hour after sunrise.