The landscapes of Ireland are renowned for their verdure. In a typical year the summer temperatures rarely exceed 30C and in winter mild temperatures mean little hard ice and snow. This is not a typical year however, a harsh winter with several major snow and ice events and now a long heatwave with little rain since the end of May…
Sunset at Glendalough after a long day of photography in Ireland We spent from before dawn right through to sunset photographing in Ireland's County Wicklow, situated just south of Dublin it is an area that I know very well.
I recently upgraded my online booking system for Panoramic Ireland's Dublin Photo Tours, and the tours for the rest of Ireland. It is now possible to book online using mobile phones, tablets and computers. You can also send me an email to enquire about dates, it's easy. Have a look through my Dublin page, read more about how I can…
Dublin isn't just a city of amazing architecture, great pubs and leafy parks, it's also a city of impressive skies. Here the iconic Ha'penny Bridge spanning the River Liffey is illuminated by a double rainbow.
This week saw Panoramic Ireland, that's me - a real person, photographing on Dublin's River Liffey on another of my one-to-one Dublin photo tours. We covered some of the city sights before finishing up along the River Liffey, an exciting part of the city in which to photograph. Using a tripod at this time of night is necessary, the long…
A stormy day on Ireland's west coast, known now as the Wild Atlantic Way. Here small fields enclosed by stone walls running straight to the Atlantic separate rough ground with little green in this landscape - is there any green indeed? This image is a reminder of how difficult life was on the west coast of Ireland, here on the…
It has been a long time coming, after weeks of calm, warm and sunny weather the west coast of Ireland is now receiving storm winds and rain straight off the Atlantic. Hopefully of course it won't last too long and the real Irish summer weather takes hold again soon. Here waves crash all over the west coast, topping over rocks…
Dublin's iconic Custom House seen here reflected in the city's calm River Liffey on a moody weather day. The Custom House was built by Irish architect James Gandon and opened in 1791 and its function was to collect taxes or customs on goods being imported and exported through Dublin Port - and there were a lot of taxes applied. Within…
The still of a calm say in Dublin, Ireland's capital city and its famous River Liffey reflecting all above. In the left of this image is the Jeannie Johnston, a replica famine ship and through the back of the scene is the now iconic portion of Dublin's modern skyline - the Samuel Beckett Bridge projecting into the sky. Join me…
One of my favourite Irish locations is no longer a secret place, my own County Antrim's Dark Hedges. Known to us locally as Bregagh Road the Dark Hedges have seen a lot of visitors in recent years due to the influx of Game of Thrones fans from around the world. This avenue of beech trees has become arguably Ireland's most…
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