Orange sunset in the country

They say “Red sky at night; shepherds delight, Red sky in the morning; shepherds warning”

I’m not quite sure what they say for an orange sky but I’m sure it’s something along the same lines.  These are a little bit different with the point of focus on the bare trees rather than on the windmills, I feel it gives the shots a different feel. Hope you like them…. Taken in Commauns, Co. Mayo, Ireland.

Tourmakeady Waterfall

Tourmakeady Waterfall (also knows as Poll An Neasa and Domination falls) is located in Tourmakeady Woods, Tourmakeady, Co. Mayo, Ireland.

O’Briens Tower Cliffs of Moher

O’Brien’s Tower was built in 1835 by Cornelius O’Brien, a descendant of Brian Boru, High King of Ireland.  It is an iconic landmark that stands on a headland at the mighty Cliffs of Moher Co. Clare.

Croagh Patrick

Croagh Patrick from the Tourmakeady side, near Aughagower on the way to Westport in Co. Mayo, Ireland

White Lily

I have to say white Lilies are one of my favourite flowers. What do they mean to you?

Have a seat in Mulranny

Have a seat on a bench in Mulranny in Co. Mayo and look out over the Atlantic Ocean and watch the waves lapping against the West coast, taken January 2012…

Lonely Boat

Lonely Boat lying idle in  Doolough (Dubh Lough or Black Lake) on the road from Louisburgh to Killary Harbour and Leenane


Black and White Roses

Roses in a few different textures…  A rose by any other name would smell as sweet

Carnation Buds

White Carnations budding out, with rich green leaves and slight purple tones appearing from other flowers.