As I write this I'm sitting in front of a warm fire with a cup of tea ready to do its job of warming me up from the inside. A near perfect reflection on the lake, snow covering the rugged, well-weathered peaks of the volcanic landscape of Slieve Gullion in South Armagh and sunrays all combine to give a sense…
The west of Ireland - it has great people, great food, great entertainment and great scenery and that all makes for the perfect location for photography.
Wicklow in the morning, this is without doubt one of my favourite images. Working on assignment for the Ritz-Carlton Hotel magazine I had the task to capture representative scenes of Ireland - landscapes, green, classic Dublin buildings.
Forests contain some of the best landscape photography opportunities and Ireland's forests while not extensive, do contain many enticing scenes from moss-covered trees to bluebells in late spring. Join me in one of Ireland's characterful woodlands for a day of landscape photography - for more use the contact page or send me an email.
The Giant's Causeway is Northern Ireland's UNESCO World Heritage Site and it makes for a fine photographic destination. I have written about my native Antrim Coast on many occasions and I organise photography workshops here each year. For more information about Panoramic Ireland's photography workshops on the Antrim Coast click here.
Ireland makes for a fantastic photographic destination all year round. In the winter as you might not have imagined the landscape is not covered in snow although soft, white landscapes do occur - most notably in the mountains. The winter also has magical light, with scenes just like this of the sea, mountains and low light. I run photographic tours…
Steps into the sea, my favourite subject matter is the coast and Ireland being a small island makes access to the coast easy.
Surely one of Ireland's most famous waterfalls, Torc in County Kerry is a scenic set of falls amidst the lush landscape of southwest Ireland. Situated ten kilometres from Killarney on the famous scenic drive of the Ring of Kerry, Torc has been a tourist attraction for centuries.
On a recent photography tour along Northern Ireland's famous Antrim Coast we finished up after a long day of photography. On the way to get something to eat after a day's adventure we stopped to capture a scene of the last light coming in off the Atlantic.
Newgrange, the greatest of Ireland's ancient monuments is aligned with the winter solstice on December 21st. For much of the past 5,200 years on the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere, the ancient people of Ireland have gathered inside the mound at Newgrange where the rising sun's rays illuminated the 19m-long passageway and burial chamber decorated with…
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