Like a scene out of Lord of the Rings, these ominous mountains overlook the beach (Inch, Co. Kerry).
Monthly Archives: May 2009
I loved the shape of this old tree near Inch, Co. Kerry but it was only when I thought of a night-time shot that it came alive. Shot after sunset, when there was still some colour left in the sky, and “painted” with a standard … Read More →
Windswept flowers near Garretstown, Co. Cork. This was taken on the first outing for my SoFoBoMo project, which will explore a small 1km section of that coastline.
A mushroom (or related fungus) in the sand dunes of Inch beach. I never realised that mushrooms would grow in sand, let alone on the expose slopes of the sandy dunes nestled in the long grass. I guess when it rains the sand can retain … Read More →
A view of North Kerry from Loop Head, Co. Clare.
This’ll probably be the last car shot from the Kinsale Vintage Car Rally (and a normal level horizon shall return to my shots)
The Vintage car rally in Kinsale on Saturday morning
A “General Lee” look-a-like at the Kinsale Vintage Car Rally on Saturday morning. I was still experimenting with shooting at different angles so apologies if these make you a little seasick.
A heart of stones, laid out on the grass at Loop Head, Co. Clare. I didn’t make it but I was happy to shoot it. It must have been there for a while judging by the grass growth. Dedicated to my long-suffering wife and cranky … Read More →
I’ve no idea what this was growing at the end of the dunes at Inch Beach — but it sure is pretty.
A little lamb ‘skipping’ across the field.
The rusted remains of an old wheel (?) at Castlegregory, Co. Kerry. I’m quite pleased with the line of the tide and the composition… particularly as my feet were getting wet.