Kerry

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Visiting Kerry

 

Last May, Jacqui and I went for a couple of days to the beautiful county of Kerry.

The weather forecast was not that great but fortunately the weather turned really nice.

During the days we partly did the ring of Kerry and the ring of Dingle.

The beautiful landscapes with some dramatic cloudscapes is really up my alley.

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Caragh Lake

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Donegal

Donegal

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During St Patricks weekend I went together with my friends Fergus Cooper and Keith Byrne to the northern county of Ireland: Donegal. Actually it was my first time after moving to Ireland, that I left the county of Waterford for photography. It was my first time in Donegal and a big thanks to Fergus who showed Keith and I almost all the interesting locations of the county. Fortunately the weather was great as well, contributing to an amazing couple of days. Also a big thanks to fellow Dutchman Chris van Twisk for organizing.

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IPF Distinction

IPF Distinction

While we were in lockdown during the first 100 days of 2021, I applied for the LIPF, the licentiateship of the Irish Photo Federation.

To be awarded, I had to setup a cohesive panel with 10 of my images. My panel and also the ten individual images were judged.

Normally this would be done with 10 prints during a live meeting, but because of restrictions, this was done via Zoom. One judge would check the prints and the other judges checked the electronic version.

The judges would vote anonymously and I’m delighted to say that I was awarded with the LIPF.

Thanks to Fergus Copper and Tommy Quilty, your support is much appreciated.

The panel I entered:

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The winter loop

Coumshingaun Loop

The year 2020 ends with a bang. I was invited by Colm Cheevers to join a group to walk the Coumshingaun Loop. A walk that I have done several times. A pretty tough climb up but you are rewarded with spectacular views. This time the summit was covered in clouds so we knew that the views were very limited. What made it a really tough climb was the strong prevailing wind which made it more challenging. When we started there was a beautiful break in the clouds where we could see the rays of the early sun. When we were up, the landscape transformed in a winterwonderland. It was a white world around us, just stunning. What a way to end this remarkable year !! Thanks to the group for a perfect day and Colm for inviting me.

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Crough Wood revisited

Crough Wood revisited

As I mentioned in my post of Crough Wood early October, I wanted to revisit Crough Wood again when the autumn colours are most vibrant. Last weekend I went back to this beautiful spot and it didn’t disappoint. Hope you like it too.

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