Stormy day spray off the sea brings a fine double rainbow that extends below the horizon. Little is visible of the scenes beyond, the rugged Irish coastline extending beyond into the distance. But the presence of a double rainbow, seemingly floating in the view offshore, is enough to make the rainy afternoon worthy of exploring with camera especially with that…
With the relaxation of travel restrictions in Ireland in recent weeks, and the news that my post-cancer checkups will be back soon, I took a visit to the coast. And I chose the Copper Coast on Ireland's south coast, County Waterford where I run photography workshops. This fine section of Irish coast doesn't form part of the Wild Atlantic Way…
Things change, particularly in Dublin where little remains the same for long. Take the Bernard Shaw Pub on Dublin's Richmond Street, once a hipster, artistic honeypot and now closed (although they did move, this site is being redeveloped) - this scenic moment captured on a Dublin Photo Tour. One thing hasn't changed though, Panoramic Ireland's Dublin Photo Tours are running…
July 2020 sees the return of Panoramic Ireland's photography workshops. For the time being these will be run on a one-to-one or small group basis, with you and your friends. Improve your photography, landscapes and seascapes on Ireland's fine coast.
Good news that Ireland will begin to open up from Monday 8th June 2020 but even better that Panoramic Ireland's photography tours will recommence at the end of the month, 29th June 2020. With a little caution and our, as always, physical / social distancing keeps you safe with no big crowds and a safe, relaxed experience. Join Panoramic Ireland…
Scots pine or Pinus sylvestris is a native tree to Ireland, it grows tall and graceful with a reddish colour to its wood. Here, in this abandoned farm high in the Irish mountains this Scots pine, planted a century ago, has fallen over and for many years has grown upwards from its reclining position supported by the old field boundary.…
As we all know by now, Coronavirus or COVID-19 is affecting life in all parts of the world, here in Ireland the situation is no different. But the plan by the Irish Government to relax the lockdown restrictions in stages does offer hope for life to begin to return to some degree of normality. It would appear that by July…
Ireland's waterfalls are often famous, places such as Torc and Glenariff are Ireland's best known and most visited. Here, one of Ireland's lesser known and least visited waterfalls, a veil of water falling over a precipice in the Irish countryside. Green moss, hard edges and fine water - Ireland's hidden places are worthy of attention as well. After the Coronavirus…
Few autumn landscape scenes can be more alluring to the photographer than a woodland stream with waterfall. Here in Tollymore, one of Northern Ireland's most scenic forest parks, these elements combine beautifully at the beginning of autumn as water falls between the stepping stones on the River Shimna under a canopy of bright green gently beginning to fade towards the…
Despite the Coronavirus pandemic stifling access to the countryside in April 2020, nature continues on and the green hillside landscapes of Ireland are looking lush right now. Green is of course the colour most people associate with Ireland with its fields of grass, hedgerows and woodlands filled with deciduous and coniferous trees. Sometimes it is misty and rugged like this…
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