Displaying items by tag: landscape photography

Wednesday, 13 February 2019 22:16

Reflections in Landscape Photography

Green Reflections

There's something about reflections and photography, don't you think?

From street photography to landscapes via architecture, reflections feature in all genres of photography.

Published in Photo Tours

There can be no doubt that the west of Ireland is as scenic as any other place in the world.

Here is one example, a small coastal mountain capped with cloud, struck with bright sunshine on its lower slopes giving a portion of the countryside a bright, vibrancy.

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Saturday, 15 December 2018 23:41

Autumn Lanes of Fallen Leaves

The lanes of Ireland are a favourite photographic subject of mine.

Here, the final leaves of 2018 were falling - covering the ground with russety autumnal colour as the bright sunlight shines, casting shadows and making the whole scene more enticing.

Here are a few more of my favourite laneway scenes that I have photographed over the years:

https://panoramicireland.com/blog-ireland-guide/an-irish-laneway-with-mountains-in-the-distance

https://panoramicireland.com/photo-tours-blog/ireland-midlands-laneway-colour-sunset-sky-landscape-photography

https://panoramicireland.com/photo-tours-blog/irish-laneways-look-colourful-as-autumn-gives-way-to-winter

Published in Photo Tours

Sometimes, as here in this image the journey is as scenic as the destination.

On our way to a photography workshop in the west of Ireland, heavy rain arrived - contrary to the forecast for the day, so we stopped to photograph what was only one of many scenic roads on our Wild Atlantic Way drive.

This section of narrow, twisty road was perfect as it was lined with trees and radiated fresh green colour on the overcast day.

This brings into focus, excuse the pun, what to do when the weather forecast doesn't go to plan - be ready to adapt.

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Monday, 10 December 2018 22:07

Ireland's West - Perfect for Photography

The West of Ireland is a perfect location for landscape photography, thankfully it's a place that I know very well.

Rugged mountains, wide open landscapes and plenty of interesting sky as well as the culture and heritage of the western seaboard make this area worthy of a visit but specifically for the photographer it has everything to offer.

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Friday, 05 October 2018 00:57

Autumn Woodland Stream, Ireland

I wrote recently about a woodland stream in Ireland - see here - and how we photographed the colour of the watercourse as it flows through the autumnal woodland.

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Thursday, 04 October 2018 22:53

Lush Woodland Stream in September, Ireland

The day was long and we visited the coast at sunrise, followed by a foray into the woods of Ireland's interior.

We made the coast our main focus but how could we have resisted the colourful charms of this woodland scene? Would you pass on this one?

Published in Guide
Saturday, 15 September 2018 17:43

Ireland's Dingle Peninsula

Dingle is one of Ireland's most popular tourist locations, both for overseas visitors and locals, and with good reason.

Here, the lofty peaks of the narrow peninsula are overshadowed by clouds, casting their shadows onto the brown and green valley below.

The valley, carved by ice retains a few lakes and the quiet, peaceful feel so characteristic of the west of Ireland.

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Friday, 07 September 2018 21:54

A West of Ireland Sunset - Cloudy Day

Photography in the West of Ireland from a Panoramic Ireland Photo Tour

It has been a busy few weeks here at panoramicireland.com, we have covered Ireland's largest music festival Electric Picnic (more to come on that) and also have been busy photographing Ireland's landscapes while leading photography tours in the west of the country.

Here is an image from this week's visit to Ireland's west, a region of lakes and mountains sometimes sunny weather but often it looks like in this image and don't you think it's inviting?

 

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Tuesday, 07 August 2018 00:36

Coming out of the Mists, Ireland

Sometimes the weather doesn't give you what you want but it gives you something far far better.

This was the case on the occasion that I wanted to photograph the long landscapes of the Irish countryside.

Instead I was met with low cloud and swirling mist across the mountain slopes until, briefly, the cloud cleared.

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