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Photography

My photograph shows a panoramic view over Crook Haven towards Brow Head. While there are hardly any international guests in Ireland at the moment, water sports enthusiasts and sailing scholars are bustling the bay and the usually quiet village of Crookhaven is bustling with activity....

The remains of Downeen Castle are located on a small, inaccessible island in Castle Bay near Roscarberry. Over the centuries, erosion has caused parts of the tower house to collapse and also cut off the connection to the mainland....

This photo of Lough Abisdealy was taken early in the morning when fog was still covering the lake. The lake is part of the Liss Ard estate near Skibbereen....

This photo shows our neighborhood in West Cork and in the middle of it the beach of Traligagh. Not the worst place for self-isolation and quarantine. ;-)...

Usually on Fridays there is a lot of hustle and bustle in Bantry, when the weekly market takes place. During my visit today, however, the town presented itself very tranquil and idyllic. This was surely also due to the smooth water in the harbour, in...

Inspiration against cabin fever: Way along the cliffs Imagine that you're walking along this way… This trail - the Bray Cliff Walk - winds around Bray Head south of Dublin. When you finish the walk you will either reach Greystones Harbour or Bray Promenade - depending on the...

Inspiration against cabin fever: Way to the harbour Imagine that you're walking along this path… This path leads through a secluded bog on the Beara Peninsula down to small Pulleen Harbour. Some years ago the bay was the filming location of Neil Jordan's movie "Ondine". The area around...

[vc_row][vc_column width='1/2'] [/vc_column][vc_column width='1/2'] Inspiration against cabin fever: Way to the cave Imagine that you're walking along this path… This path below Larrybane Quarry in Northern Ireland leads to a cave at the bottom of the limestone cliffs. Natural caves are fascinating. When you enter a cave, you always have...

Inspiration against cabin fever: The winding way Imagine that you're walking along this way… This cliff road is part of the Slea Head Drive on the Dingle Peninsula and winds through one of the most beautiful stretches of Ireland. Behind every bend of the road you can expect...

Inspiration against cabin fever: Way downhill Imagine that you're walking along this way… Not always when things go "downwards" it must be something bad. Sometimes completely new perspectives and viewpoints open up. Okay, I am basically writing about this photo that shows the surroundings of the village of...