Autumn, is there a more colourful time of year? Here on a photography workshop we set out to find colourful woodlands and streams, here we found the perfect combination of both.
I wrote recently about a woodland stream in Ireland - see here - and how we photographed the colour of the watercourse as it flows through the autumnal woodland.
Ireland's west coast is often known as the Wild Atlantic Way, the coastal driving route that covers its 2500 km. There are many famous locations along this magnificent route on Ireland's Atlantic coast, and there are plenty of locations that aren't famous at all but are worthy of a visit by anyone with an appreciation of the great outdoors, particularly…
The Antrim Coast needs little introduction here, search on panoramicireland.com and you will find dozens of articles and images on one of my favourite parts of Ireland. Here is one of the more interesting locations that is not on the regular tourist trail but is well known to photographers - Elephant Rock.
Morning Reflections from the River Liffey, Dublin I usually photograph the River Liffey at night with the city's iconic buildings reflected in its calm waters.
I have written about Irish donkeys before, I'm sure you know how to search for that article - it's easy so go ahead and if you can't find then ask me how. Here, from a recent photography tour in Ireland's west, this time in County Galway where my residential photography tours are based (from two days to a week, typically…
Dublin City - the River Liffey and reflections. Dublin looks fine in the evening with the gentle flow of the River Liffey, nightlights and clouds reflected in the smooth waters momentarily.
Dingle is one of Ireland's most popular tourist locations, both for overseas visitors and locals, and with good reason. Here, the lofty peaks of the narrow peninsula are overshadowed by clouds, casting their shadows onto the brown and green valley below. The valley, carved by ice retains a few lakes and the quiet, peaceful feel so characteristic of the west…
Sometimes for the traveller and photographer it is easy to be swayed by the charms of the more famous locations in a country or region. That attraction is easy, the famous locations are what people ask about when you travel - "Did you visit the Giant's Causeway / Cliffs of Moher / Guinness Storehouse etc.?" is what they enquire when…
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