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Saturday, 26 January 2019 21:16

Lunar Eclipse, January 2019 as seen from Ireland

The lunar eclipse of January 2019, often called a Super Blood Wolf Moon or variations to that effect - still scientifically called a lunar eclipse - as seen from Ireland.

This lunar eclipse will be the last full eclipse to be seen from Ireland until 2033, there will be partial eclipses but not full.

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Evening in Dublin as the stormy post-sunset light slowly turns to night via storm clouds spreading across the sky over the Irish capital's River Liffey and its modern structures - The Samuel Beckett Bridge, Convention Centre and others.

This is a place that I have photographed often but it never looks the same twice.

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Published in Photo Tours
Thursday, 01 June 2017 21:58

Ross Castle, Killarney at Night

One of the southwest of Ireland's most iconic buildings, Ross Castle is a tower house or fortified dwelling dating from the late 1400s and is typical of the architecture of the period - wealthy and powerful families lived in such defensive structures.

Seen here after sunset as the blue hour approaches, clouds race across the sky and the waters of the river run calm to give a good, but not perfect, reflection with its bright artificial lights.

Published in Photo Tours
Friday, 30 November 2001 00:00

Perseid Meteors over Ireland 2015

Since at least 36AD when Chinese astronomers first noted the annual light show that is the Perseid meteor shower, people have been watching the spectacular night sky in August each year.

Earth passes through the dust and debris left by the comet Swift-Tuttle as it travels through our solar system on its 133-year orbit around the sun. As the small particles enter Earth's atmosphere they burn up approximately 80km above the surface of our planet. In doing so they create bright, colourful streaks across the sky. If it is night time and if the moon isn't bright like this year then the Perseids are a wonderful sight.

Published in Photo Tours
Friday, 30 November 2001 00:00

Dublin At Night - GPO

The GPO or General Post Office (Ard Oifig an Phoist) is an iconic building in Dublin, and a place that almost all visitors have heard of and all Dubliners reference as a meeting place. The last of the great Georgian buildings of Dublin it became the central headquarters for the postal service now An Post from 1818. Interestingly it was designed by the architect Francis Johnston who came from Armagh, the other Georgian city of Ireland.

Published in Photo Tours
Sunday, 29 November -0001 23:34

Dublin At Night

The River Liffey at Night

Dublin's River Liffey, like many urban waterways, is often best seen at night with its colourfully-lit buildings and reflections.

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