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.

Thursday, 29 November 2001 23:34

Glendalough Is Where You Might Find Me

Glendalough in Co. Wicklow is one of the places where you will find me with my camera, spending time walking and waiting for the right conditions.

Glendalough in Co. Wicklow

Thursday, 29 November 2001 23:34

Photography in Wicklow Woodland

Walking around the woods and streams of Ireland's wild landscapes with camera in hand is one of the best experiences to be had as a photographer.

Wicklow is one of the most scenic counties in Ireland, located south of Dublin it is home to the largest continuous upland area in Ireland (think remote but accessible) and has a good and varied coastline.

Here we see one of my favourite places in Ireland, with me taking time out to make a few images alongside this stream on a quiet day in Wicklow. It was all quiet except for the noisy stream, full of recent rainfall.

This is what I do and no matter for how long you are in Ireland, you can see and do this too. Learn how to take better images by taking a workshop tour in Ireland with Panoramic Ireland.

Contact me for more information.

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Two-for-one Photography Tours

Two-for-one Photography Tour Offer

Book a photo tour of Dublin, Wicklow or Galway and the second person goes free.

Sunday, 29 November -0001 23:34

Ancient Woodland

Ancient woodlands are very rare in Ireland. By ancient woodland in Ireland we mean woodland that has been continuously forested since 1660, this date is shortly after the Cromwellian land confiscations of the seventeenth century and several surveys carried out around the 1650s would have identified land ownership and land use.

Thursday, 29 November 2001 23:34

Looking Over Armagh

Armagh View

The view over Armagh City and the central plain of Northern Ireland is green and impressive when seen in the summer. In the foreground the uplands of the Fews area in South Armagh are giving way to the drumlin belt country that extends from Co. Down on the Irish Sea, through Armagh, to Co. Mayo on the west coast of Ireland.


The Green View Over Armagh City Northern Ireland

Sunday, 29 November -0001 23:34

Ireland isn't always awash with colour

It's known as the Emerald Isle, and Ireland certainly lives up to that moniker with plenty of colour (especially green) all year round.

What to photograph in Ireland on an overcast day?

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An Evening on the Ha'penny Bridge

After a recent photo tour I spent a bit of time photographing around the Ha'penny Bridge across the Liffey in Dublin.

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Spring Colour

I have been asked by many photographers recently if there is much colour around in Ireland at the moment.

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Blue Hour at Lough Corrib

The Blue Hour at Lough Corrib, or anywhere in Ireland is a special part of the day for photographers.

Blue Hour At Lough Corrib

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First Post

The first post. It has been a long time in development but finally panoramicireland.com has had a redesign. It is still a project that will change and evolve but it looks good, don't you think?

Stay tuned for images, articles and more Ireland related posts.

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