A tree in the grounds of Blarney Castle. Yesterday morning there was a glorious sunrise, this morning it was horrible. Fingers crossed for tomorrow! Camera SM-G900F
This is a tree that once stood in a large field near Blarney Castle, Co Cork, Ireland. It stood alone and was sometimes visible from the road but unfortunately it was chopped down a few weeks ago. This was shot in February 2014 on a foggy, cold morning. I was nominated on Facebook by twoRead More »
Seeds litter the area around a sweet chestnut tree in the grounds of Blarney Castle in County Cork, Ireland.
The Lough in Cork as the sun sets behind me on a cold October evening in 2010
This private road up to Blarney Castle was covered in snow, the trees were bare and every inch of grass wore the familiar white coat of a recent snow fall. Taken yesterday morning while the snow fell. It’s -3C here in Blarney this morning and feels even colder! Brrrrr Aperture ƒ/5 Camera Canon EOS 40DRead More »
Fog covers the village of Blarney at the merest hint of a calm chilly morning and today was no exception. These are the trees across the road from my son’s school. Aperture ƒ/11 Camera Canon EOS 40D Focal length 40mm ISO 100 Shutter speed 1/250s
It snowed in Blarney today. First snow of the season fell 2 days ago but was barely a few flakes that fell overnight. Today’s snow covered the area in a blank of white, but thankfully didn’t last too long! Roads are still affected and unfortunately there’s a steep hill coming into my estate. Aperture ƒ/6.3Read More »