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Friday, 14 February 2020 00:17

Tracks in the Snow, Ireland - February 2020

Just off the track through the snow, I found tracks and what looked like a good spot for a photograph so I headed up slope and into the deeper snow.

Only a fox had been through this part of the mountains since snow blanketed the heathery hillsides with fine, deep white powder.

I wandered for a while, photographed and spent time listening to the sounds of nature.

Exploring Ireland is filled with moments like these and other countless, priceless moments that make a visit to the Emerald Isle so special.

Join me to photograph in the snow, on long summer evenings, with autumn foliage or spring greens.

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Thursday, 11 July 2019 23:30

Tiny Planet - Moone High Cross Video

Moone High Cross dates probably to the 10th century, making it over 1,000 years old.

Carved from granite, it is the second tallest of Ireland's high crosses.

Enjoy the video embedded above showing a walkthrough of the site and the cross.

Published in Photo Tours
Thursday, 08 November 2018 01:34

Autumn Woodlands in Ireland

Ireland's woodlands in autumn.

You've seen plenty of images here from the glorious spectacle that takes us from summer into winter so here is a short video from some of the places in which I have been photographing this autumn in Ireland.

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Enjoy the views, walking through Clonmel in County Tipperary and Dublin, the capital of Ireland in this GoPro made hyperlapse or timewarp video.

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Panoramic Ireland's favourite images from March 2017

I have uploaded my favourite images from March 2017 on to my YouTube channel here split into three parts for ease of viewing.

If you want to view the full video it is available just here on this page, see below.

Enjoy and if you do like it please sign up for the newsletter or subscribe on my YouTube channel.

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Thursday, 01 February 2018 18:59

An Evening in Dublin - Video

From an evening in Dublin, this short video features street scenes from around Ireland's capital city.

Two well-known pubs feature, The Ferryman and The Stag's Head, as does the River Liffey which was the main reason for our photographic adventure in the city.

On the photography tour we covered everything from long exposure architectural photography to street and documentary photography.

To join me, Panoramic Ireland, on a photography tour or workshop covering one photographic subject or many - contact me using the menu or see my Dublin page for more information. Private one-to-one tours start from €155.

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Thursday, 01 February 2018 14:48

Panoramic Ireland's favourite images February 2017

February 2017 saw me photographing a lot of studio images for my site darrenmcloughlin.com but I did venture out into the countryside both on my own and while leading tours in Dublin, Wicklow and Kilkenny.

Snow made a return during February 2017 and crocus flowers were in full bloom. The coast of course was a perfect destination with stormy weather and beautiful winter light.

Have a look at the YouTube video here for the show.

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Panoramic Ireland's favourite images from January 2017

The year included some particularly beautiful scenes and January was no exception with colourful seascape sunsets, Dublin at night and ferns in golden sunshine.

Enclosed is the short YouTube video so watch, enjoy and like or even subscribe for more videos coming this way.

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Killarney, Ireland's original tourist destination town is as scenic as it gets anywhere in the country.

Situated on a lake - Lough Leane, and surrounded by mountains including Ireland's highest Carrauntoohil this is a place that has seen a lot of cameras and photographers over the decades since the invention of photography.

As I was leading a photography workshop in Killarney I took an extra day for myself and captured some footage of Lough Leane a bronze age copper mining area, the cloud-topped mountains and the rowers, swans and other wildlife using the lake in the late evening.

The video finishes with an image of Ross Castle, an Irish tower house that dates from the late 15th century. It is typical of many fortified dwellings from the period when defence was important - outer walls, portcullis, thick tower walls, narrow windows and arrow loops amongst other such mechanisms. The castle is restored and can be visited. It has artificial lighting at night and looks well.

To find out more about my photography tours and workshops, contact me using the menu above. I have been leading workshops and tours for ten years in Ireland and I have been commissioned by the biggest names in the travel industry including the New York Times, Sunday Times, Easyjet's Traveller magazine, Ritz-Carlton hotels amongst others.

Published in Photo Tours
Friday, 16 June 2017 21:35

Giant's Causeway at Sunset

On a recent photography workshop to the Antrim Coast, specifically the Giant's Causeway, in between shooting images I made some video of the stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site that is close to where I grew up and studied at University.

I have written about the Causeway in recent weeks, you can read more about that here and to book a photography tour or workshop on the Antrim Coast please contact me here.


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