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Brandon Point sunrise: Very similar to a previous post of mine but a different orientation and I applied more advanced post processing techniques. I think I prefer this version.  Happy Sunday everyone!  #wildatlanticway

Brandon Point sunrise: Very similar to a previous post of mine but a different orientation and I applied more advanced post processing techniques. I think I prefer this version. Happy Sunday everyone! #wildatlanticway

Finnich Glen, Loch Lomond, Schottland. Den richtigen Begleiter für eure Reise findet ihr bei uns: https://www.profibag.de/reisegepaeck/

Finnich Glen, Loch Lomond, Schottland. Den richtigen Begleiter für eure Reise findet ihr bei uns: https://www.profibag.de/reisegepaeck/

Another sunrise on Inch Beach. I manually blended two exposures to get detail in the clouds and in the shadows of the dunes.  I'm hoping this weather is going to clear up soon because I need to get out and get more shots. Clouds and dramatic skies are the best but not when it's a blanket of grey and rain. Theres only so much editing a man can take damit! shakes fist at sky

Another sunrise on Inch Beach. I manually blended two exposures to get detail in the clouds and in the shadows of the dunes. I'm hoping this weather is going to clear up soon because I need to get out and get more shots. Clouds and dramatic skies are the best but not when it's a blanket of grey and rain. Theres only so much editing a man can take damit! shakes fist at sky

A week of square crops: #6  This was one of my first long exposures. I keep coming back to it and re-editing but I think I'm happy with this version...... I'll probably change my mind in an hour.  #squarecrop

A week of square crops: #6 This was one of my first long exposures. I keep coming back to it and re-editing but I think I'm happy with this version...... I'll probably change my mind in an hour. #squarecrop

I was just finished a sunrise at Ballaghisheen Pass and I decided to take take the scenic route home (not that there is anything else besides a scenic route in this part of the country!) meaning I would go home through The Black Valley and up past Lady's View. Even though it was past the golden hour (the hour after sunrise and the hour before sunset) when the light has it's best qualities the sun was still low enough and the clouds as playful as ever to enable me to get off a few…

I was just finished a sunrise at Ballaghisheen Pass and I decided to take take the scenic route home (not that there is anything else besides a scenic route in this part of the country!) meaning I would go home through The Black Valley and up past Lady's View. Even though it was past the golden hour (the hour after sunrise and the hour before sunset) when the light has it's best qualities the sun was still low enough and the clouds as playful as ever to enable me to get off a few…

Another photo from my hike up Carrantuohill with @hashtagconor. This was on the way back to the Hydro car park trail past Caher peak. It was a mostly calm day but every now and then there would be savage gusts of wind which one wold feel could catch you if you didn't have your wits about you.

Another photo from my hike up Carrantuohill with @hashtagconor. This was on the way back to the Hydro car park trail past Caher peak. It was a mostly calm day but every now and then there would be savage gusts of wind which one wold feel could catch you if you didn't have your wits about you.

Ierland - The Dingle Peninsula County Kerry’s Dingle Peninsula is awash with postcard-worthy vistas of sandy surf beaches and Caribbean-blue stretches of ocean. Its 'capital', the charming fishing village of Dingle, is a tangle of higgledy-piggledy streets teeming with art and craft shops, old-fashioned pubs and sublime seafood restaurants serving the day's catch.

First time Ireland: unmissable Emerald Isle experiences

Ierland - The Dingle Peninsula County Kerry’s Dingle Peninsula is awash with postcard-worthy vistas of sandy surf beaches and Caribbean-blue stretches of ocean. Its 'capital', the charming fishing village of Dingle, is a tangle of higgledy-piggledy streets teeming with art and craft shops, old-fashioned pubs and sublime seafood restaurants serving the day's catch.

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