Discover Ireland with photography
The tide was low so we moored offshore before transferring from the boat to a small dinghy. As we rounded the long pier wall, a picture-perfect scene was revealed on the island shore.
Reading old stories about life on Clare island, one would be forgiven for mistaking these tales for mythical folklore. It was once home to the great pirate queen, Grace O’ Malley, who
I rang and booked a bed in the hostel on Inishbofin for that evening. The voice on the other end of the line said ‘that’s great, see you later, bye’. And that was that
‘Never turn your back on the sea’ - a phrase that couldn’t be more true than on Inis Meáin, the least inhabited of the Aran islands. The western shore of this rugged island is
I woke up during the night and listened for a while. A soft wailing emanated from the beach below the house. I leapt out of bed and grabbed my torch. Outside, I found
Swapping open landscapes for a cluttered woodland environment can present a challenge in terms of finding the right composition. Here are a few tips for photography in a woodland setting.
As I drove down towards Allihies, the black clouds hovered ominously in the distance. Was I mad to be going across to Dursey today? With a long walk ahead of me and a lack of
I usually head west for my photography workshops, but this time I was meeting my client for a one to one workshop on the Copper coast in Waterford. The coastline here draws
I just love moths. So when I heard that the 'moth man' was opening the moth traps, I just had to be there. The man in question, Eamon O' Donnell, was sitting
"When I die, that's the way I want to go!" It is the third time I have heard someone say this since I arrived in Ballydehob village today. Each time, the
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