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wild atlantic way Tag

My photo workshop in West Cork started this evening. As the sun was hiding behind the clouds at Galley Head, long exposures were a suitable technique to create exciting landscapes despite the lack of light....

The Cliffs of Moher are also worth a visit in winter. This photo was taken yesterday at temperatures just above zero degrees Celsius and while a very chilly wind was blowing. But who minds the cold when you get rewarded with such a beautiful view....

Happy St. Paddy’s Day everyone! This photo was taken during our Wild Atlantic Way photo tour in Connemara....

This image was taken last May on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way and shows a narrow road at the most westerly tip of the Beara Peninsula. It’s very close to the spot were I shot the title image of my Wild Atlantic Way book....

Malin Head is known as the most northerly point on the Irish mainland (the little island of Inishtrahull is further north)....

My next photo workshop on the Wild Atlantic Way is scheduled for September (german guidance): 5th to 9th of September on the Inishowen and Fanad peninsula in County Donegal. ...

One of the most beautiful beaches along the Wild Atlantic Way is Five Fingers Strand on the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal....

This monument was erected at Rosses Point, Co. Sligo. It’s a memorial to seafarers and their loved ones who waited for them returning safe home. A plate at the base of the statue includes the following: Lost at sea, lost at sea Or in the evening tide We...

From St. John's point lighthouse one can enjoy spectacular views across Donegal Bay towards Sligo and Mayo...

This image of Wine Strand on the Dingle Peninsula is shown in July in my Ireland 2016 calendar. And it's also featured in my illustrated book about the Wild Atlantic Way....