Category: Ireland Page 1 of 2

Natural Arches of Ireland

Arch hunting in Ireland The combination of photography and the outdoors has always been a natural extension to each other. When natural arches are added to this mix then…

May 21, 2016

New Year 2016 – Dun Bristé at Downpatrick Head

Firstly Happy New Year to you all who come visit my blog. Back in autumn late last year before arriving on Achill Island, a stop off to Downpatrick head…

January 7, 2016

Marvels of Achill Island along the Atlantic way – Co. Mayo Ireland

Later in the day after we’d returned back to Keel the village on Achill Island. The island is part of county Mayo connected by bridge. While the sky…

November 15, 2015

Inishmore further impressions from the edge of the world – Aran Islands, Ireland

Following on from my trip to the Aran Island, Inishmore. Below the beautiful square shapes in the cliff face on the way to worm hole. The drop from the…

November 13, 2015

Landscapes from the Aran Islands, Ireland

It was time to travel back to Ireland… Off the coast of Galway to the Inis Mór, the largest of the three islands. As an Irishman, I can say  –…

November 8, 2015

Beautiful Flower Macros and why I learned to like Sony A7R ?

A while back in August  in 2014 I purchased the Sony A7R along with Canon lens adaptor. These are some of the macro and flower images I made….

February 20, 2015

3 Awesome places to photograph on the West of Ireland

From my recent trip to Ireland, these are three classic places to visit on the west coast. Great to photograph even if you are travelling together with love…

February 14, 2014

The Copper Coast – Boatstrand Harbour Arch, Waterford, Ireland

This is the second visit to the Copper Coast in Waterford. I am still finding sea arches hidden away from view. This time around it’s behind Boatstrand Harbour….

January 15, 2013

A different landscape – Beach Textures in Waterford, Ireland

A collection of images from walking along the beaches of the Copper Coast and the beach of Tramore in county Waterford. The concept is simple as the design…

January 14, 2013

Natural Arches of Tory Island, Co. Donegal

Yes, It’s about time to post another post blog being too busy lately. Following your passions – photography, dancing and bit of poetry often means sacrifices. New dates…

September 9, 2012

Background Story – Tory Island, Co. Donegal, Ireland

Photographing an incredible landscape like Tory Island in Donegal is a unique experience. The place has a surreal presence, the force of nature demanding that you be still…

August 10, 2012

Recession Busting – Lowering your prices in photography? Is it a good thing?

In this time of need, folks just don’t have money to spend on photography services or fine art prints for that matter either. But is this really true…

August 6, 2012

Natural Arches of Ireland : Annestown Beach, Waterford – The Copper Coast

We arrived at Annestown beach in Waterford, which appeared small and not too interesting at first sight. My father and I had been driving a good couple of miles through…

August 3, 2012

Traveling by Dublin Bus

It been along time traveling by bus into the city on the classic route the 46A. They have these fancy new electronic stainless steel digit type timetables to…

July 23, 2012

Street Photography : A scene from Dublin – Shoe repair

The boom might be over but shoe repair business in Dublin is still as strong. Gregory and Isaac run the shoe repair store just over the canal beside…

February 16, 2012

Waterfalls Part 2 – A waterfall in Donegal

In the curve of a bend I notice a small waterfall. But what was interesting about this? It wasn’t the water but the rocks. How they spread across…

February 13, 2012

Waterfall Tips Part 1 – The Grey Mare’s Tail – Blue Stack Mountains, Donegal

Well, when the weather comes in like soup – rain, mist and fog it’s time to find another subject to photograph. So if the sun disappears leaving you…

February 12, 2012

Updated : Natural Arches in Ireland, Sea Arches and Bridges

The great poll I’m hoping to compile a list of Natural Arch and Bridges in Ireland and Northern Ireland on this page. So if you do know any…

December 27, 2011

Give me back my name … the identity of photography

The title of the Talking Heads song, ‘Give me back my name’ – appears to me to about identity.  Identity is what keeps us humans civilized  and again…

October 21, 2010

Wicklow Harbour Light Image and Poem – Ireland

An image and poem too … Signal her home If a danger strangled the mind, Of the road of the narrowing kind, Sweet, sweet suffering, Ground in the…

March 22, 2010

Powerscourt Waterfall – Enniskerry, Wicklow, Ireland

On a February winter’s day along with a dusting of new snow on the ground, the location – Powerscourt Waterfall was chosen. A dark and changing sky allow…

March 1, 2010

Lower Lough Bray in Winter, Co. Wicklow, Ireland

Still working away with the images from Ireland, Wicklow, Wexford and Dublin. Here’s one up in the snowy wicklow mountains, which I’m glad to had the chance to…

February 22, 2010

Ash Wednesday, Dublin

With a week in Dublin to spend, and it goes mighty quick between meeting up with family and friend. Yesterday being Ash Wednesday the first day of lent,…

February 17, 2010

All about Eddie – Composition

It’s time for a break for all the busy-ness of business, plus the chaos of the last while. If you haven’t heard the ‘Austrian Gorge‘ gets it face…

February 14, 2010

An Austrian Gorge : Dr. Vogelgesang-klamm

Yep, another overcast gloomy day in terms of weather but not for “Klammen”. I cross the border from Styria into Upper Austria to venture the Dr. Vogelgesang-klamm. The…

August 5, 2009

Morning Breaking Through, Gössenberg

Being a busy bee, building the new gallery/website for my work, so no updates on the blog for awhile, sorry. But I hope this image makes up for…

June 13, 2009

Basilica of Sant’Eufemia Grado, Italy

Still on holidays in this little island of sun and sand … This one taken on my evening walk through the old town.

May 19, 2009

Venice Day 2 – The Painter

This french painter, couldn’t notice anyone even when I setup my tripod behind him. He was so engrossed in his work in this quiet hidden away mooring. I…

April 8, 2009

Cornerstone – “Stroadkasten”, Ramsau, Austria

“Stroadkasten” is local dialect for a shed or storage house. I found this place hidden away from the road, I must of passed it many times on the…

April 1, 2009