Pink sky in the morning, day breaks as the sun nears the horizon once again spilling colour throughout the seascape without a care. Announcing loudly that today is going to be bright and colourful, the Irish Sea plays its part in the directive - let's make this one to remember. And it certainly was a sunrise to remember, the colours…
Grass clings to the rocky outcropping just offshore like it has done for countless millennia. After the sun has set and all have gone home, I have this section of coast to myself with nothing more than the sounds of seabirds settling in for the night and crashing waves across the stony foreshore.
Evening in Dublin as the stormy post-sunset light slowly turns to night via storm clouds spreading across the sky over the Irish capital's River Liffey and its modern structures - The Samuel Beckett Bridge, Convention Centre and others. This is a place that I have photographed often but it never looks the same twice. To join Panoramic Ireland, that's me,…
One of the southwest of Ireland's most iconic buildings, Ross Castle is a tower house or fortified dwelling dating from the late 1400s and is typical of the architecture of the period - wealthy and powerful families lived in such defensive structures. Seen here after sunset as the blue hour approaches, clouds race across the sky and the waters of…
In Ireland it would be easy to assume that the best sunsets are to be found on the west coast with the sun setting over the Atlantic. The Wild Atlantic Way is certainly a great place for sunsets but the east of the country and Ireland's Midlands can boast bright, saturated, stunning evening skies as seen in this image. After…
The late night landscapes of County Kerry last week were the same colour as David Bowie's room - blue, blue, electric blue. Here, after a long day of photographing the south west of Ireland, the sun had set and light was fading leaving a bright blue to envelop the landscape on the Wild Atlantic Way. A beautiful and colourful sight…
You never know what to expect as an outdoor photographer here in Ireland. After a three day photography tour in the west of Ireland I was finishing up and heading home through the midlands and close to sunset I spotted a great stormy sky.
Spring is here and the colour that we see throughout the countryside is quite amazing. In particular in urban settings cherry trees are one of the most impressive displays of colour that this time of year has to offer. Here is one of my favourite images from recent years, taken in Dublin's Herbert Park, an avenue of bright pink blossom…
Pine Island is one of the western region of Connemara's key attractions for landscape photography and one that I return to often. The trees here are Scots Pine, a native evergreen tree that tends to grow tall and slender, it has red coloured wood and tends to add a lot of interest to landscape images of the west of Ireland.…
Situated at the northern tip of the Fanad peninsula in northern Donegal, Ireland's most northerly county, Fanad Lighthouse is undoubtedly one of the most scenic in Europe. The stormy, but as seen here calm, waters of the Atlantic stretch thousands of miles beyond the horizon and distant mountains are visible in many directions. This lighthouse is photographed more often than…
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