Ireland is a spectacular subject for photographs. Mother Ireland can look amazing for professional and amateur photographers alike.
Many of you have journeyed to my homeland to personally witness the majesty of her scenery, and along your merry way, you’ve snapped some incredible shots of sites and sights found all around the Emerald Isle.
Today I’m delighted to introduce a new category on my blog – Photos of Ireland, highlighted in a video montage.
Here I’ll feature your photos of dear old Ireland, whether she is bathed in sunshine or shrouded in a cloak of soft mists and rain.
To start us off with our first presentation of reader photos, here is a short video created with lovely images from Barb in Boston who visited County Kerry, and John from Donegal who shares photos of Cork and Donegal.
I hope you enjoy this little video.
Barb’s photos of Cnoc na dTobar are spectacular.
Here’s a panaroma shot from the top of the mountain ….
It’s simply breathtaking. Now Cnoc na dTobar (pronounced kin-ook nah dhub-ber) is one of Ireland’s ancient, sacred sites. Known as a Pilgrim Path, you can read all about it here, and enjoy more of Barb’s magnificent photos.
Many thanks to Barb and John for sharing their work with us today.
If you would like to submit your own photos for this section, you can check out my new photo submission form here.
Have a lovely weekend, and happy trails to all who will be traveling in Ireland.
And don’t forget to snap those photos wherever you may roam.
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)