Here, in the Irish American Mom community we love photos of Ireland. Her hills and valleys, her rivers and streams, her jagged coastline and tempestuous oceans, all make our hearts sing.
If you're bursting with pride over a spectacular shot you took of the Emerald Isle, then please do share it with us here.
If you have an image of Ireland in days gone by, that you think might stir fond memories for readers, then why not upload it here, so that it can be enjoyed by many.
If you captured a sheep on a hillside, a duck waddling across the road, a cow grazing by the roadside, or in fact, any Irish animal or bird, wild or tame, then why not let your animal or feathered friends be seen by the many readers of Irish American Mom.
Here's a list of all things Irish that make our Irish souls sing ...
- sheep, lambs, cows, hens, geese, ducks, goats, foxes and every kind of Irish creature, great and small,
- green post boxes, old telephone boxes, black and white road signs, and roadside art,
- currachs, waves, piers, boats, and ships,
- turf, fires, ranges, thatched cottages, and kitchen dressers,
- dolmens, stone forts, and ancient monuments,
- craggy mountains, cliffs, rivers, streams and waterfalls,
- harps, tin whistles, fiddles, bodhráns and all those wonderful Irish instruments,
- faerie trees, faerie mounds and anything to take us all away with the faeries.
The sky is quite literally the limit when thinking of topics for photos of Ireland.
If you'd like to check out some previous readers' stunning contributions, you can check out these posts....
And so, if you have a perfect photo waiting to find its home on the internet, simply fill out this form. You can upload your image files directly on this page. Yay for technology!
Reader Photograph Submission FormSubmitting your photo through this form means you give your permission for it to be shared on the Irish American Mom website, and social media pages. Further details are outlined on this page.
Alas, I'm afraid if you're hoping to sell your work, then this is not the right forum for you. I like to keep this photo display open to photographers of all skill levels, and so there's no payment involved. It's simply about sharing our love for Ireland.
Irish American Mom strives to ensure all images are credited to their rightful owners, and published only with appropriate permissions.
If you upload your images here you are giving me permission to publish your photos on my website or on my social media sites, such as Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram. I also may use your photos in a video montage or to create a captioned graphic for promoting my blog on social media.
Here's a little legal jargon explaining this, which I need to share to cover our proverbial you-know-whats....
By submitting photographs you guarantee the work is original to you and that you have the rights and permission to submit the images. You retain full copyright for your photos. However by submitting photos to this publisher, Irish American Mom, you agree to grant this publisher an irrevocable, non-exclusive and royalty free licence to publish, adapt and reproduce the photos in any form and to licence the photos in any form for the duration of copyright. (This means that readers and the publisher can share the photos on different social media sites, and that the publisher can use them to make videos or captioned graphics.)
Hopefully you're not too frightened to press the submit button after all that legal mumbo jumbo. I will only use your photos on my website and to promote your photo or story on my blog through social media.
I try to publish as many photos as possible, but the decision to publish is totally at my discretion based on how the photos display on this website. I truly appreciate the time and effort put into submitting photos and all submissions will be carefully considered.
I'm so looking forward to seeing all your wonderful photos of Ireland. Thanks to all who choose to share their lovely images of Ireland with this little Irish American community.
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Irish American Mom
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