Locations

It is said that the native forests of Ireland were once so extensive that a squirrel could cross from one side of Ireland to the other without touching the ground. We now have one of the lowest densities of woodland cover in Europe. Here and...

One of the few upsides to an Irish winter are the frequent episodes of stormy weather that sometimes provide dramatic photo opportunities. Every now and then, perhaps a couple of times each winter, the storms are accompanied by massive Atlantic swells. These are not just...

Achill Island is synonymous with the wildest parts of Ireland's west coast. Even from within County Mayo, the drive there can seem interminable, but is always worth it. As you make your way further west through the little villages of Keel and Dooagh, the dramatic...

It's no surprise that the vast majority of images taken of landscapes fail entirely to illicit a positive reponse from people who see them, and often are accompanied by the apologetic 'it doesn't do it justice' as the photographer looks accusingly at their camera. You...

This year we've seen some of the coldest spring weather for years, with a continuous feed of polar air flooding across the country throughout April and the first half of May. But although some parts of the country saw lots of rain with it, the...

The Irish summer is infamous for long spells of cloudy, damp weather and this summer has been no exception. It's been cold and windy as well, with few periods of settled weather. Yet the one feature of Irish summertime that isn't weather dependent are the...