Irish Landscape Photography Blog

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...

One of Gareth's images from Patagonia has been chosen for the cover of National Geographic's expeditions brochure. The image is of the iconic Torres del Paine, from a 2-month long trip to the mountains of southern Patagonia in 2006. The Patagonian climate is notoriously difficult,...

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...

I finally managed to land the front cover of the Lonely Planet Ireland guide. I was even in the Lonely Planet office in Melbourne about 10 years ago when they were selecting the cover and saw one of my shots mocked up and ready to...

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...