A rainbow stretches across Cork Harbour from Whitepoint near Cobh to Ringaskiddy on the other side, as seen from near Monkstown. May 2005. Aperture ƒ/9 Camera Canon EOS 20D Focal length 18mm ISO 100 Shutter speed 1/250s
The Christian Radich is a beautiful sailing ship that’s in Cork Harbour this weekend. I took advantage of a foggy morning to get some photos of it and the surrounding docklands. Christian Radich is a Norwegian full-rigged ship, named after a Norwegian shipowner. The vessel was built at Framnæs shipyard in Sandefjord, Norway, and wasRead More »
The deep water berth at Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour yesterday. Driving rain, wind blowing it almost horizontal. The first day of the year was wet. I waited until it quietened down a bit before venturing outside with my camera! 🙂 Aperture ƒ/8 Camera Canon EOS 6D Focal length 24mm ISO 100 Shutter speed 1.3s
Roche’s Point Lighthouse, at the mouth of Cork Harbour. I shot this from Camden Fort Meagher last weekend. It was a glorious day and as you can see the fort has a commanding view of the harbour! More about the lighthouse can of course be read on Wikipedia.
ALEX is the name of a tugboat that operates in Cork Harbour. This photo was actually taken back in 2006 but I found a more recent shot of it as well as a mention on the Port of Cork website. ALEX On charter to Whitegate Refinery Bollard pull: 49 ton Azimuth stern drive Fi-Fi Notice:Read More »
Yesterday evening in Crosshaven, Co Cork. It was a beautiful end of the day. Not quite as hot as other days which I was thankful for but many people out and a good atmosphere in the town. Edit: here’s the original photo!
Samskip Pioneer, a container ship, docked in Cork last weekend. We were down by the Marina in Blackrock on a blistering hot Saturday. While us Irish sat in the shade, Spanish students sat out in the 3pm sun, some wearing long sleeve tshirts! I know, I know, they’re used to the heat but the mindRead More »