Winter Sunset

Winter Sunset in Co. Mayo in the West of Ireland on a cold Novembers evening.

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Lough Key Forest Park – Forest Walk

Lough Key Forest Park – Forest Walk taken on a Coillte day out.

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Lough Key Forest Park

Photographs of the Tree Canopy Walk in Lough Key Forest Park, Boyle, Co. Roscommon on a Coillte day out.

Discover how this fascinating landscape has been shaped; from underground to up amongst the treetops, ‘Irelands only Tree Canopy Walk, a truly unique experience immersing you in the history, flora and fauna that make Lough Key so unique.

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Evergreen Pine

Evergreen trees in Co. Mayo

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Light at the end of the tunnel

Pathway in McMahon Park (Clare Lake), just off Lower James Street on the R331 Claremorris to Ballinrobe Road, in Claremorris, Co. Mayo. It is covered in by trees to create a tunnel effect and sets the mood for the “light at the end of the tunnel” shots

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Little Birdy – look left, look right!

Little bird perched on a tree in Commauns, Burren, Co. Mayo soaking up the rays under the blue sky 🙂

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Adare Manor

Restoration works began on the Manor in 1987 when it was acquired by the Kane family from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. It took little more than a year , but when the Manor was finally completed in 1988 Adare Manor as a hotel was now a world class home away from home. As a 5-star luxury hotel, the manor boasts such guests as ex-US President and First Lady, Bill and Hillary Clinton.

The Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Golf Course was opened in August 1995.   Adare Manor attracts anglers from around the globe on account of its excellent trout fishing in the River Maigue.

Also on the Manor property sit two intriguing ruins; The Saint Nicholas Church and Chantry Chapel. Both date back to the 12th century. St. Nicholas is the only accessible ruin, as the Chapel sits in the middle of the golf course and casual foot traffic is not allowed.

One of the more intriguing features of Adare Manor is the lettered text carved into the front of the south parapet which reads – “Except the Lord build the house, then labour is but lost that built it.”

Lough Corrib

A view of Lough Corrib in Cong, Co. Mayo through some trees, with stong hints of green leaves and grass and some pink hydrangeas.  Also in black & white / sepia for a different depth.

Scots Pine tree in tourmakeady

A Scots Pine Tree in Tourmakeady, Co. Mayo with evergreen trees in the background

Hitting the dark at Pontoon Beach

These pictures are of a beach in Pontoon just outside Castlebar, Co. Mayo in the West of Ireland. The beach is on Lough Cullen a renowned Trout fishing lake…

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.