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…
Panoramic Ireland's photo tours often cover locations that are well known, from the Cliffs of Moher to the Giant's Causeway via Donegal's Slieve League but despite visiting these places many times throughout the year. Here is one such occasion, a characterful sight of donkeys in the Burren, the limestone area close to the Cliffs of Moher.
Moone High Cross dates probably to the 10th century, making it over 1,000 years old. Carved from granite, it is the second tallest of Ireland's high crosses. Enjoy the video embedded above showing a walkthrough of the site and the cross.
Ireland's highest sea cliffs, Slieve League in County Donegal is one of the highlights of Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way.. The dramatic coastline rises to a lofty 600 or so metres above the Atlantic Ocean making these cliffs Ireland's highest, three times more than the more famous Cliffs of Moher further south on the western seaboard. Here bathed in golden sunlight,…
I've been exploring the Irish countryside, photographing landscapes, rivers, woodlands and waterfalls a lot recently. The weather has been mixed with some fine sunny days and some rainy spells, but the Irish countryside looks great in any case.
Photographing woodland streams and waterfalls in Ireland, the Irish countryside is filled with places like these. During a cloudy afternoon, Panoramic Ireland headed into the mountains and found interesting scenes of sheep grazing in fields, cloudy mountain sides and into the woodlands to photograph streams, colour and waterfalls as seen here that suited the conditions. Soon after the weather cleared,…
Street photography can through up some unusual situations and give rise to interesting photographs. Here, a visiting bishop arrives, Saint Patrick maybe, with his travel case on the cobbled alleys of Dublin and stops to talk with, or perhaps berate, the street vendors with their sandwich boards advertising Thai massages in Dublin.
Low visibility is a common problem in Ireland, landscape photography usually requires long, clear uninterrupted views so on this occasion we headed away from the big views and looked instead for scenes that suited the weather. Here, we stopped on one of Panoramic Ireland's photography workshops in the Irish countryside to photograph sheep under a grey sky but a colourful…
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