Monolithic Dun Briste at Downpatrick Head takes a break from the constant beatings of the North Atlantic to bask in a dramatic sunset.
One Golden Morning
The sun rises over The Djouce and shines on the cliffs opposite at Lough Tay in the Wicklow Mountains.
The King's Road
A beautiful Spring sunrise at The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland
Waves break against Fanad Head, Ireland under the famous Lighthouse at sunset.
Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants
Life On The Edge
The beautiful Cliffs of Moher can be as scary as they are picturesque. Here I stood my camera 6 inches from the edge of a ledge so you don't have to!
Misty Morning, Fanad Head
A bank of fog stretched all the way around the horizon at dawn on this autumn morning at Fanad Head, Donegal.
Dun Briste, Sunset
Dun Briste pokes it's head above the unique landscape of Downpatrick Head in Co. Mayo.
The Road Less Travelled
The ramshackle, rickety palafite piers of Carrasqueira in Portugal at low tide.
The Murder Hole
This beautiful but unfortunately named beach in Donegal is so called after a local girl said to have perished here at the hand of a jilted lover...
The Causeway Coast
The Causeway Coast of Northern Ireland is incredibly beautiful...
Baily Lighthouse Peninsula
The Baily Lighthouse at the entrance to Dublin Bay holds tightly to it's rocky perch...
The rock that sits on Seagull Island just north of the Giants Causeway is reminscent of The Bean an Uaill on Skellig Michael, or the Cailleach Bhearra on The Bearra Peninsula.
Sunset at The Cliffs Of Moher
The sun stes, lighting up huge clouds of spray at The Cliffs Of Moher on a cold winters' day.
The Baily Lighthouse At Dawn
The Baily Lighthouse marks the North side of Dublin Bay, here just after dawn it stands quiet after a long night's work.
"The Human spirit needs places nature has not been rearranged by the hand of man".
First Light at Coliemore Harbour
The sun peaking above the horizon as seen from Dalkey's Coliemore Harbour...
Giants Causeway Sunrise
The winter sun rises above the Giants Causeway...
Dunlewey Church and Errigal
The mighty Mount Errigal disappears into the clouds 2,500 feet above the old Dunlewey Church in the valley below.