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Stunning and award winning photographs showing the beauty and wonders of Irish Landscapes in both Ireland and Northern Ireland from the rugged landscapes of The North Antrim Coast, the Glens of Antrim and the famous Giants Causeway to the tranquil rivers and ornate gardens and forest parks of County Antrim, County Armagh, County Down, County Tyrone and County Derry/Londonderry.

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In the Shadows of Lacada Point (IMG0777) County Antrim
County Antrim is simply stunning, The Causeway Coast features lovely villages, amazing views of the Glens of Antrim and the 'Eighth Wonder of the World', The Giants Causeway which is so full of legend.
Gorgeous forest parks, walks and rivers await the keen walker.
Kalsoy, The Faroe Islands (IMG0727) Faroe Islands
The Faroe islands, also called the Faeroes, consists of 18 major islands which sit approximately half way between Norway and Iceland and 200 miles off the northern shores of the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. The islands cover an area of 1,399 square kilometres

The land of the Faroes is very rugged with vertical cliffs rising 100s of metres out of the Atlantic ocean below. The highest point is Slættaratindur, 882 metres (2,894 ft) above sea level.
Under the Pier, Derrytrasna (IMG0705) County Armagh
County Armagh sits on the southern shores of Lough Neagh and is also known as the "Orchard County" because of its many apple orchards. It is the spiritual capital of Ireland features Oxford Island Nature Reserve and Armagh Cathedral.
Ray of Light, Downhill Beach (IMG0775) County Derry / Londonderry
County Derry / Londonderry sits to the north west. The city has many historic features, mainly the Walled City. Long beaches await those at Portstewart, Benone & Downhill where perhaps the Province's most iconic building, The Mussenden Temple, is perched on a cliff edge over the Atlantic.
Crawfordsburn Waterfall (IMG0754) County Down
County Down on the eastern shores of Northern Ireland features some beautiful seaside towns and villages. Strangford Lough is home to plenty or wildlife and on its shores stands the beautiful Mount Stewart House and Gardens. The Mourne Mountains and Tollymore Forest Park are also must see places to visit
The Murder Hole, Boyeeghter Bay (IMG0707) County Donegal
County Donegal is perhaps one of the most rugged in Ireland, the majority of it has dramatic sea cliffs, lovely coves, bays, lighthouses and beaches. Inland Glenveigh National Park features a historic castle & ornamental gardens.
The Twelve Bens, Connemara National Park (IMG0757) County Galway
Galway lies on the western coast or Ireland. A region filled with mountains terrain like the Twelve Bens and many lakes and loughs.
Dungannon Park (IMG0508) County Tyrone
County Tyrone has long been steeped in Irish history from the industrial areas around Sion Mills, The Ulster American Folk Park, the fascinating sculptures in Strabane and the ancient Beaghmore Stone Circles
The Irish Trader, Baltray (IMG0530) County Louth Another World, Ballycastle (IMG0635) Monochrome
Some new Landscapes and Abstracts amongst some re-edits processed in monochrome
The Harvest Moon (IMG0490) Various
A collection of antiques, animals, fireworks, high speed photography and unusual items
Sailing the Electric Blue (IMG0493) Paint by Light
Painting by Light often uses simple techniques but delivers awesome results. Coupled with long exposures light trails can be captured in creative fashion from using steel wool and light orbs