Posts tagged places to see on the wild atlantic way
2018 - A Year of Photography in Review

Looking back on 2018 and my photography. Had some pretty special moments from photographing along the Wild Atlantic Way, shooting a wedding on the Cliffs of Moher, on location at the Vikings series film set, to having one of my images printed and framed at almost seven foot and now hanging in a city centre office. I also managed to create a beautiful calendar of Dublin for 2019.

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Wild Atlantic Way - Donegal Part2

Continuing my photo series along The Wild Atlantic Way. This time I revisit the spectacular county of Donegal, for a wildcamp and few photo stops on the Inishowen peninsula. I got to take a photo of the start/finish line of the 2500km long way marked Wild Atlantic Way. Malin Head turned out to be a revelation so much to see that a day and night could not do it justice, its little wonder Star Wars chose it as one of its filming locations. I will have to go back!! 

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2019 Calendar - Images Selected

Thanks for all the help on Social Media I have had tremendous feedback, and lots of great comments. Even had a few people offer to take one of the calendars which is amazing. As for the final decision read on.


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Wild Atlantic Way

Since my last trip to Donegal I've been struggling to get time, with work and family commitments, to continue my journey along the wild atlantic way, an amazing coastal route that crosses nine counties and some of the most incredible scenery available in Ireland. Well for a very short time maybe thirty hours this past weekend that all changed.

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Micro Adventure

Why not go on an adventure, a few hours to a couple of days, and do something different than watching the TV do something that you can say WOW I did that. That’s my plan, lots of little adventures over the year.

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Wild Atlantic Way - Donegal

Join me on a new photo series as I embark on The Wild Atlantic Way journey. First stop Donegal, in the Northwest of the country, and what a fantastic place to start. The scenery is rugged, beautiful, magnificent, so many different words could describe the place. It's no wonder Lonely Planet voted Donegal the coolest place to visit on the planet in 2017

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