Landscape photography is a fine pursuit; much like the angler will appreciate the solitude, or camaraderie, to be found on a riverbank or lakeside so too the landscape photographer enjoys an evening out on the coast surrounded by nature. Here is no exception, the famous basalt columns of Northern Ireland's world-famous World Heritage Site Giant's Causeway had done their work…
The Irish woodlands are looking particularly colourful in autumn, deciduous trees getting ready for winter. While not extensive, Irish woodlands and forests contain lots of character.
It's a bright and colourful time of year, autumn. Sunny days have fine, clear light and the colour of autumn foliage makes any journey into the countryside colourful. Six months since my chemotherapy finished it is exhilarating to be back in the countryside photographing the colour of another fine autumn.
Dublin's Samuel Beckett Bridge was installed in 2009, it celebrates 10 years this year of spanning the River Liffey and is dedicated to the Nobel Prize for Literature winning writer and playwright, Samuel Beckett. Interestingly the architect of the Samuel Beckett Bridge Santiago Calatrava has already designed a bridge for Dublin dedicated to another of the city's famous writers, James…
They liken Killiney Bay to the Bay of Naples. The coastal area south of Dublin is a very scenic place but I can't see the resemblance, I've been to Naples and climbed Vesuvius. Yet Killiney Bay is a beauty, accessible by DART (commuter train) from Dublin and with fine walks and views it offers the visitor a flavour of the…
Sometimes the Irish weather is not pleasant for photography but with patience and local knowledge it is possible to get fine images of the rugged, green Island in the Atlantic. We went to Dingle in search of bright colourful scenes of mountains and the Atlantic coast like from this occasion a few weeks ago: https://panoramicireland.com/photo-tours-blog/coumeenole-beach-dingle-kerry-slea-head What we got, however, were…
Ireland''s west coast, the Wild Atlantic Way conjures up images of stormy ocean waves and barren rocky headlands. And for much of its 2,500 or so kilometres it is that way, but it isn't barren and not always rocky; it is visually scenic. Panoramic Ireland returned to Dingle recently for a photography workshop in one of Ireland's most beautiful places.…
Despite assurances from all of the self-proclaimed experts on long range weather forecasting in Ireland, summer 2019 has not been as good as 2018 and is on par with 2017 as having been grey, windy, rainy, grey, windy, rainy... It has at least been warm, but for photography it has been challenging. The winds, while not hurricane strength have nonetheless…
After a long day of photography in the Irish countryside, nothing can be better than watching and photographing the sunset. I have of course written about sunsets here on Panoramic Ireland before, here is a link to some sunset images from when I was undergoing chemotherapy and recovery from a cancer operation this year, sunset was easy to photograph.
The scenic road isn't always the one with world-famous views, vistas of the ocean or snaking upwards through the mountains. Often it's the road that takes you further, exploring a countryside that you want to travel deeper into. Here, the straight lines and smooth tarmac undulates across the barren, treeless landscape of County Antrim, miles from the UNESCO World Heritage…
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