As we're all stuck indoors, it's time to look through old images - travel through the archives, not the backroads of Ireland. And here is a collage of images from Ireland, featuring cows and flowers and sheep; sunsets and trees. These are just a few of my favourite images taken over the years, more to follow as I travel through…
Although Saint Patrick's Day has been all but cancelled this year, 2020 due to what we all know now as COVID-19 or the coronavirus, it is still possible to see and enjoy the sights of Ireland. Today I visited Saint Patrick's Catholic Cathedral in Armagh, Ireland's ecclesiastic capital. It's a fine structure, rising high on one of Armagh's seven hills…
Away from the crowds, in fact away from everyone the Irish countryside is a perfect destination for landscape and travel photography. Here a rural road through the green Irish countryside leads us to the mountains just as a little bit of rain starts to fall. You can see the rain streaking across this dramatic grey sky, but it didn't stay…
The Chinese philosopher Zhuangzi said that ‘The wise man knows that it is better to sit on the banks of a remote mountain stream than to be emperor of the whole world.' And sitting on the banks of this fine remote Irish mountain stream (small river), I was reminded of these very words as I photographed the scene after a…
After finishing today's photography workshop I took a few moments to photograph for myself at a small river and woodland in the Irish countryside. Here I found a path through the woods, hence the title of this post - a walk in the park with sunshine and shadow. I was reminded of this quote while admiring the scene in front…
Youghal, Dungarvan and Wicklow Town have all cancelled their parades for Saint Patrick's Day 2020 due to Coronavirus fears. And it looks like more Saint Patrick's Day events might be cancelled. Indeed, now Cork City has cancelled their parade along with Dublin. I'm not an expert in virus epidemiology and I don't have access to all of the information about…
The Irish coastline is a spectacular mix of landscapes - from coastal villages to sandy beaches to rocky coast. Panoramic Ireland's photography workshops have always covered the coast of Ireland and 2020 is no exception, join us on a photography workshop in one of these fine places to photograph blue hour and more: Copper Coast, Waterford Galway & Mayo Clare…
The Irish coastline is full of variation with long sandy beaches, rocky inlets and geological formations in a compact area. And that makes Ireland a perfect place for coastal landscape photography. Here the rocks are carboniferous limestone, in layers that have been long eroded by the wave action of the Atlantic. We set up our cameras and tripods on the…
Dublin is a place of colour and charm, here the setting sun brightens up the sky over the River Liffey. On the photography workshop we experimented with silhouettes of the famous skyline from this part of Dublin. The colours and dark outlines of the city's buildings captured the atmosphere of the evening in the Irish capital. Join Panoramic Ireland to…
I often get asked about how the weather is in Ireland in winter. Well, it's hard to say anything definitive but in general, Ireland is green all year round including in winter. Just like in the image above from the west of Ireland in December. Typically a winter daytime temperature will be around 5C but colder conditions and snow sometimes…
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