The Antrim Coast

The Antrim Coast

Antrim Coast Road at Ardclinis Church between Carnlough and Waterfoot MG_6845-Pano.jpg The Antrim Coast or Causeway Coast is famous for its rugged beauty, ruined castles, picturesque towns and villages, friendly people and The Giants Causeway. All are made gloriously...
The Church at Ballintoy

The Church at Ballintoy

The Church of Ireland church at Ballintoy was completed in 1813. It was a replacement for an older structure that is believed was built in the first quarter of the seventeenth century. Extensive renovations were made in 1883 and further repairs after a hurricane in...
Festival of Flight 2019

Festival of Flight 2019

The annual Festival of Flight, sponsored by Collins Aerospace, Kilkeel and held at Newcastle Co. Down is an ever popular event usually attracting in excess of 100,000 visitors. This year, with a day of nearly unbroken sunshine, the show was probably more popular than...
Glenariff

Glenariff

I said in the previous post I hoped to make some panoramic images on the Antrim Coast and a couple of recent trips in that direction could be classed, at best, as just partially successful. I had been hoping for some time to get some photographs in Glenariff Country...
The Big Picture

The Big Picture

There’s something about a big photograph. It draws the eye, it has presence, it can fascinate, it can impress. I’ve rediscovered panoramas. These images are from Castle Espie, Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust centre in County Down and were taken over the last...
A Well Fed Robin

A Well Fed Robin

A recent foray into the woods at Castle Espie WWT Centre threw up an unexpected result. I had been there to shoot some video of Brent Geese feeding on Strangford Lough and afterwards went for a walk into the woods. I stopped at the viewpoint that overlooks the centre...