Killarney, Ireland's original tourist destination town is as scenic as it gets anywhere in the country. Situated on a lake - Lough Leane, and surrounded by mountains including Ireland's highest Carrauntoohil this is a place that has seen a lot of cameras and photographers over the decades since the invention of photography. As I was leading a photography workshop in…
I've been busy over the past few weeks, first with a trip to London to photograph Marillion at the Royal Albert Hall and then a photography assignment in Cork, Ireland's southern city. Here on my Instagram feed you can see one of the behind the scenes images from the photography assignment that took me to the friendly city. {{module Instagram…
Walking through Dublin is one of my favourite things to do, especially as I create personalised walking photo tours of Ireland's capital city. Here on an evening after a photography tour in the city that I know so well, I spotted this busker on Dublin's famous Grafton Street. Check out my Channel on YouTube or just watch the video here…
A recent photography workshop saw me at the UNESCO World Heritage Site Giant's Causeway on the Antrim Coast in my own Northern Ireland. It was a stormy day, the previous day saw a lot of rainfall although we did get many images even with the pouring rain, and continuing in the same way this morning started out windy as well…
A recent photography workshop took me to Dublin Bay where we photographed the bright sunrise sky. The morning's forecast was meant to be for good weather and it didn't disappoint, the pinks and oranges shine across the cloud-filled sky and reflect off the surface of the calm Irish Sea. Setting up our tripods, we waited as the light changed from…
Sometimes summer in Ireland is just not what you would expect. Well, perhaps it is what you might expect. Usually our summers are filled with long days, sunshine and cloud with a good deal of rain but much blue sky - like this. Summer 2017 has so far proved to be a good bit different with many grey days, lingering…
Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way stretches for 2,500km along the country's Atlantic seaboard from Cork in the south to Donegal in the north. Here is one small section of that coastline, in County Clare when on a photography workshop we stopped to photograph the delights of this county well known for traditional music, archaeology and Father Ted. I call it 'Waves'…
A recent photography workshop saw us finish up for sunset at a famous Irish location but on the way we stopped here to capture this rural scene of green fields and sheep-dotted mountain ridges sidelighted by the low summer evening sun.
An old fence runs into deep waters from the shore. I stopped here after a photography tour to capture this blue, wave-filled scene and used the fence to add interest into the image.
I found this old stone bridge recently, having photographed the valley in which it sits I climbed down off the road, slipping most of the way on the steep incline that was boggy and wet. Thankfully the ground was soft.
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