Taken in Howth on February 28 2019.
Snaps dumped from Instagram in no particular order.
So shit, this climb was one for the bucket list. From Lisadell on the left to Bundoran on the right is about 30 kilometres in this view which encompasses the entire north Sligo coast, the Leitrim coast (all one kilometre of it) and the town of Bundoran in south Donegal. The peak of Slieve League […]
The sky above and the land beyond. Taken on Croagh Patrick, Mayo, October 27 2018.
Taken at Keem Beach, Achill Co. Mayo
The Baily lighthouse in the rain before Storm Callum rolls in.
My neighbourhood looks gorgeous as Autumn rolls in. 🍂🌞
The Baily Lighthouse in Howth as Storm Ali rolls over the Irish Sea.
Grey skies overhang Grand Canal Dock in Dublin at sunset in early September.
I love cycling.
I’ve seen mountains and deserts and lakes and forests and ice caps and snow, but nothing in this world soothes my heart like the sea breeze, the cry of gulls and clouds hung low o’er the horizon.
Although the sky around the sun got blown out to fuck, I’m really happy with this spectacular cloudscape from over Dublin Bay. Going to work in the Baily Lighthouse has become a high point in my career. Every day something about the job lifts me up, like on Friday when we spotted a porpoise on […]
Taken on my way home from work in the rain last Wednesday. The effect came out great.
The new workplace in all its summer glory. :)
The two of us sat there hour with coffee as the storm bit by bit consumed the world.
Taken at the Salthill promenade in Galway.
Well as you could have guessed from the runs, I went to Strandhill last weekend with a friend. My most excellent company aside, it felt so good to be back in Sligo and the northwest for its own sake. I ran, we walked, we got burned under the sun and enjoyed fantastic food and beer […]
Took these back in early May on a gorgeous warm evening after a day out in Killiney and Dalkey.
In December I hiked the Western Way in Galway between Maam Cross and Oughterard. Timing from my phone and FitBit: 00:42:50 + 04:41:38 = 05:24:28 The part of the Way I hiked was 26 kilometres of spectacular rugged Connemara scenery-bogs, forests, mountains, lakes and rivers all in a breath of one another. Being out on […]
Yesterday winter came back around to grumble “And another thing…” in the middle of what otherwise should be a well-behaved spring. After Storm Emma I kicked myself that I didn’t get out of Harold’s Cross to see the parks or countryside around Dublin while we had snow. So when I saw snow on the ground […]
The beauty of transience-green yesterday, green tomorrow.
Taken during the worst of the blizzard during Storm Emma.
Snow around Rathmines and Harold’s Cross on the second and third days of Storm Emma.
Harold’s Cross and Rathmines on the first day of Storm Emma.
Taken at Portobello, Dublin.
Taken before lousy Smarch weather rolled in.