The Irish countryside in summer is a fine place, with green in abundance. Many sights are full, overcrowded with tourists who come to see the famous places such as the Cliffs of Moher and the Giant's Causeway.
Exploring in the Irish countryside can be a fine and rewarding experience. Here, I found an old stone bridge dating from the 1840s over a small river surrounded by green trees, its stony riverbed shallow with long grasses sculpted by the low summer flow. We stood in the water here, no need for wellies, to photograph this scene. Join Panoramic…
It has been a busy few weeks for Panoramic Ireland with photo tours in Dublin, Antrim, Galway, Mayo and Kerry. Here, on one of a few rare days off a visit to an old stone abbey surrounded by trees. Peaceful and quiet save for a few birds and my own footsteps on the gravel underfoot.
This week's Guess the Location comes from a more famous, and guessable location in Ireland. Last week, plenty of you guessed right as the image being from one of Dublin's many bridges. This week, the tower seen here is silhouetted against the sunset sky, it's a well-known tower in a very well-known location. Can you guess the location? Answer in…
This week Panoramic Ireland would like you to guess the location of this image, do you know where it is?
Kilkenny is known as Ireland's Medieval City and is a charming place, located 90 minutes from Dublin it is also very easy to visit. Seen here is one of the small city's main sights - it's imposing castle sitting above the River Nore. Panoramic Ireland has recently written a guide, online and with a PDF to download covering Kilkenny City…
Dublin is home to many fine parks, the best known being St. Stephen's Green and Phoenix Park. But there are many of these fine green spaces in the city, some with more colour than just the lush green grass such as here at Saint Patrick's Cathedral on a sunny day.
Out on Ireland's Atlantic Coast, in one of the most remote places in the country, sits Blacksod Lighthouse. A new documentary by Ireland's national broadcaster RTE tells the story of Maureen Sweeney, who on her 21st birthday, was taking weather readings at this remote outpost and relaying those through Ballina and Dublin to the Allies in Doncaster where Group Captain…
Since I have been recovering from cancer this year, I haven't made as many forays into the countryside as usual. Still, there have been exceptions such as this colourful foray into the Tipperary countryside and this rainy day adventure to a lime kiln.
On a recent roadtrip through the Irish countryside, I found a fine field of rapeseed, also known as canola - one of the most widely grown plants used for cooking oils derived from its seed. With a fine blue spring sky overhead and a bright wide field of golden flowers the colours reminded of the traditional colours of County Tipperary,…
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