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Connemarra Dreaming

  When I visited Connemara few years ago it was ¬†love at first sight. The best ¬†combination of lakes, mountains, rivers, ¬†winding road to drive all day long and views. Horizon stretching bogs on one side, looming mountains on other. … Continue reading

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Saltee Island

Every year numbers of Irish photographers – wildlife, nature or just any or none categories – make their annual pilgrimage onto small island off shore, just few miles from Kilmore Quay. Reason is simple – it’s a wild birds sanctuary, … Continue reading

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Unspoiled Beauty

South west of Ireland has three major peninsulas – from south those are Beare, Iveragh and Dingle. While last two lays on county Kerry, Beara is split in half between county Cork and Kerry. After visiting the Dingle twice and … Continue reading

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The sequel

It’s been a long time since I went for proper few days trip around Ireland. Being busy at work with combination of long and uninspiring winter weeks bound me to just handful shootings around Dublin. So when June Bank holiday … Continue reading

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Magic forrest

Just few miles from Dublin, en route to heart of Wicklow mountains lies a hidden gem, although it’s getting more and more popular with photographers. Name of this place is Cloughlea , but is also known as a Kilbride Manor. … Continue reading

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Dingle – moonset kingdom

Another road trip around Ireland. This time into the Dingle in county Kerry. County Kerry is also know as The Kingdom. Upon our arrival in early hours, in fact still an hour before sunrise, the Moon was still visible over … Continue reading

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Story behind the doors

There is a saying the story behind the doors. So, one of the most iconic sign on Dublin are its colourful doors. The most prominent location is know as Georgian Dublin, which is on north of Liffey, covering area from … Continue reading

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