This week's image of the week is this one of a storm cloud and low sunshine in Ireland. Check back next week for the next image of the week from Panoramic Ireland.
The day was long and we visited the coast at sunrise, followed by a foray into the woods of Ireland's interior. We made the coast our main focus but how could we have resisted the colourful charms of this woodland scene? Would you pass on this one?
Graveyards in Ireland The stereotype of graveyards often is that they are sombre, forlorn places but in Ireland, as indeed in many parts of the world, the graveyard is often a colourful place full of wildlife and of course most usually quiet. Here is no exception, this small graveyard in County Tipperary shows traditional style crosses and headstones amongst bright…
I took the newly launched GoPro Hero 7 Black for a test out on the streets of Dublin recently.
Storm Ali raced across Ireland last week and Panoramic Ireland was photographing around the coast of Ireland.
The greylag goose Anser anser is not a common sight in Ireland yet in some of the wetlands around the country it is possible to see these majestic birds like here with several young enjoying a dinner of grass.
Since 1974 the outline of The Irish Trader, a coal transporting ship, has made an interesting focal point on the long sandy beach at Baltray County Louth on Ireland's Irish Sea coast. I have written about previous visits to The Irish Trader shipwreck here. I decided to revisit the old, rusting frame this month, July 2018, to see exactly what…
Zigzag clouds in the morning - altocumulus undulatus above the west of Ireland. Over the years I have photographed many types of clouds but this is one of the most interesting skies that I have trained my camera on. Early morning in July on Galway Bay and the diving tower at Salthill saw the formation of this dramatic skyscape but…
Megachile is the scientific name for this species of bee, commonly found in Ireland. This is a leafcutter bee, a solitary species that makes its nests in small sticks and holes in walls, sealed up with a portion of leaf that it has cut with its powerful jaws. Bees are important pollinators of plants and trees and it is always…
Even the graveyards of Ireland are looking green, colourful and lush at this time of year. Here an old gravestone has been broken, the dead cross section placed against the rest of the grave as long grass and wild flowers grow in the warm, dry summer. Ireland is looking particularly colourful this summer as warm weather bathes the country in…
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