Saint Patrick's Cathedral (CofI) Armagh in Snow

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Armagh's Church of Ireland Saint Patrick's Cathedral in snow, March 2018 Armagh's Church of Ireland Saint Patrick's Cathedral in snow, March 2018

Armagh's Church of Ireland cathedral, dedicated to Saint Patrick, seen here during the snow storm known as Beast from the East and Storm Emma in March 2018.

Join me on one of my photography tours of Ireland as we photograph every subject from street photography to landscapes, snow to sun and food to architecture.

Don't forget the pine martens of course, that's nature and wildlife.

Over the years I have photographed many subjects including those mentioned above, and of course live music and sports events but snow always remains one of those exciting moments when landscapes and urban scenes are transformed into a magical otherworld of near silence, softness and white.

The start of 2018 has been quite snowy, of course I have hiked in the mountains with camera but the snow visited upon Ireland by this combination of Storm Emma and the Beast from the East has been quite something.

We did have lots of long lasting snow in 2010 that created an Ireland in white but this level of snow hasn't been since.

Again the current snow is of great interest to the photographer.

To learn how to photograph in the snow, on the streets or the beauty of Ireland's landscapes contact me using the button below or the menu - it's easy I'm sure you can click on it.

Darren McLoughlin

Irishman and International travel photographer in search of the best bits of Ireland. Leading photography tours and experiences in Ireland.

Contributor to New York Times / Sunday Times / Irish Times / Echtra Echtra and Eonmusic

Cancer survivor.

Ask me about travel in Ireland or about photography in Ireland.

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