Since I was watching steam locomotives as a kid I can’t help being fascinated by railways, especially historic ones. My son (approaching 3) has apparently inherited that interest, so on a sunny day in November 2014 we packed up and went to look for what is left of the Tralee & Dingle Railway. The narrow-gauge […]
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2. Gap of Dunloe Today I am going to take you south across the Dingle Bay and into the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks. One of the most spectacular features in that chain of rugged mountains is the Gap of Dunloe, a steep valley that cuts the ridge in two. Yes, the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks is a mountain ridge! Don’t worry, to […]
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A second gallery of images taken at the 4th Killarney Adventure Race in October. The next Killarney Adventure Race is going to take place on the St. Patrick’s weekend, 14 March 2015. Aparently there are only 300 starters in each of the two categories, so you might want to book early. More information at www.stpatricksdayadventurerace.com More photos […]
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When I started on this blog post, I intended to write one of the typical top-something lists. I soon realized that with the information I wanted to convey it would be too long for a single article. To make reading easier, I will publish my list of landscape shooting locations in five parts, so bear with me […]
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Just wanted to share a brilliant video about Irish kite surfer Ryan Coote…
Light In The Darkness from STUDIOWORK IRELAND on Vimeo.
The location was somewhere on Ring of Kerry, I am sure, and it certainly added a most dramatic backdrop. Well done, Studiowork Ireland!
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It promised to be the ideal day: high seas coming in from the North Atlantic, the wind speed just about acceptable and at the same time sunny skies. So, after checking every available forecast, I told my wife, ‘See you in a bit’. Only, ‘a bit’ turned out to be five hours of shooting one […]
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Mmmmhh, beer….. Yes, I do love beer. And so, shortly after moving to Ireland I found out that this country is an absolute El Dorado for micro breweries and craft beer producers! It was only the logical next step to do some research and find out where the nearest of these delightful facilities could be […]
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