Climbing Mullaghmore

Since I moved to Clare a few years back I still haven’t visited many of the places that local people might have grown tired of. In fact, there are many places that I am not even aware of yet. Mullaghmore was one such place. Sure, I’d seen the mountain as a backdrop in photographs but…

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Baby Thank You Cards

They say that you should never work with children or animals but how could I resist photographing Baby Gavin for his Thank You cards?! He was good enough to make some time in his sleeping schedule for me and he was as good as gold for the entire time – he even

Carrauntoohil Climb

The cross above marks the summit of Carrauntoohil, Ireland’s highest mountain. On Saturday morning a gang of us set off from Cronin’s Yard at the base of the mountain with this cross as our destination. Our spirits were high and so were the clouds surrounding the mountains! Undeterred we ventured on making our way up…

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Time for a change

My nephew is working on filling out his CAO form this week. It’s hard to believe that it’s 15 years since I was flicking through college prospectuses (prospecti?) trying to narrow down my choice. I liked art, but I wasn’t very good at it. There were people in my art class that were incredibly talented…

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Catherine

The ancient library was also the setting for a shoot with Catherine. I wanted to use the setting to create a conceptual image. I sketched out an idea which was a cross between Harry Potter and Alice In Wonderland. Some preparation, a bit of luck and a pinch of processing gave me the image above.…

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Wedding Album

I love when a bride and groom decide to get a wedding album! For me it is the best way to record and relive the wedding day. There’s something special about opening up an album, flicking through the pages and being reminded of the moments and feelings of the day. Personally, I just don’t think…

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