Tag Archives: Irish heritage and culture

A few thought on why.

I love this place… Having being interviewed lots and lots of times now I have been asked lots of questions like what type of photographer are you?  Answer: a curious one…The question I have very rarely been asked is why … Continue reading

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Client Testimonial.

I received this great testimonial from a really great client & a talented photographer himself – Alan Larsen – on the Wild Ireland tour in September and I thought I would share it here. That’s Alan above setting up in … Continue reading

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Opportunity Knocks.

  If your reading this blog post then I need your help.  I have been working on an ongoing documentary project on Knock, Co. Mayo.  It will go on for years and years but above you will see a sample … Continue reading

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Say No More…

We have a saying in Ireland “When your work speaks for itself shut up” nuff said….

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Dunluce Castle.

Well where did that week go to?  I spent the first half of the week in Dublin and the second half in Connemara and the Burren, hopefully some pictures to follow.  A couple of nights ago I sat down to … Continue reading

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Cliffs of Moher.

I was just looking on the ocean capture website and am delighted to say that the West coast trip is almost fully subscribed!  we have one place left so get in quick if your interested.  The details are here.  We … Continue reading

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Win!

In this months Outdoor photography magazine we have a competition to win a free place on the upcoming photo tour of the West coast of Ireland worth over 1800 Euros. You can see the tour details here on my blog … Continue reading

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The Pompeian Temple.

This is an image of a the Pompeian Temple in St Annes Park in Dublin.  Sadly now its in such a poor state of repair that it is completely barred and shut up.  The park was originally the family home … Continue reading

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Dublin.

Another shot of the wooden bridge in Clontarf.  If your interested in joining me and a small group of like minded enthusiastic people in Dublin in October (19th to 22nd) you can see the full details of the itinerary here … Continue reading

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The real start of Spring.

When I was a child, we had a vegetable garden in the back garden of our suburban home. I remember that today, St Patricks day was supposed to be the day when it was safe to plant because there should … Continue reading

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