Wednesday, 21 November 2007

Landscapes 1.



























I haven't posted any landscapes yet so I will show you some autumn shots from Ireland.
These photographs were all shot in the south-west of Ireland.
The first one is of the Paps mountains in County Cork. They are called the Paps of Danu which means the Goddess Danu's boobs. It doesn't take a lot of imagination to see why.
The other photos were all shot around Killarney in County Kerry, with the exception of photos 6 and 7 (from the bottom up) which were taken near Kenmare in County Kerry.
The house in the 8th and 9th photo is Muckross house.
I only added the last 3 top photos on April 30th 2008.  
They were also taken at the in September 2007 like the other shots.
I just hadn't edited them yet.

5 comments:

@lm@ said...

geweldig zeg die foto's! het is gewoon niet voor te stellen dat het echt is, zo perfect. het ziet er dan ook meer dan professioneel uit, Compliment!

Pat said...

Hi Dolf-
Thank you for sharing these pictures on your blog! I especially enjoyed the landscape photos, and the two taken in Co Kerry were my favorites.
The "people watcher" shots were also quite interesting, as well as the close-ups of the butterflies and insects! I enjoyed viewing them all.

Thanks for sharing!

Pat in Michigan, USA

Anonymous said...

Hello talented Sir :-)

It has been ages and ages since I've seen such a quality collection of photgraphs. I don't have much free time and was referred here by a link provided by your wife, and I am so glad I followed it. Your composition is exqusite and I feel you have captured the essence and spirit of just what you wanted. I can't say any one category is better than another. Your talent shows through in all your subject matter. Thank you. Gerry Jochim

eosforever said...

Beautiful landscape photographs. I would love to see more Ireland photos. Maybe an idea for a dedicated blog?

Anonymous said...

ronduit schitterend, ik wilde haast pijnlijk prachtig zeggen, wat mooi wat mooi!
en wat grappig, dat jij dat ook hebt, dat gevoel van "landlocked"! Ik moest er in Texass eerst ook heel erg aan wennen dat het zo ver van de zee af lag!
Willeke