Woodstown

Woodstown

After 9 weeks lockdown due to Covid-19, I was delighted that I could finally set my alarm to go to Woodstown, not too far from where I live. The tide and sunrise matched perfectly for some early morning pictures between the oyster beds on Woodstown beach. Great to be out again in the early morning, witness the sunrise and be home again before everyone wakes up. I really missed this and I can’t wait for the lockdown is completely lifted.

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Storm Jorge

Storm Jorge

This year started a bit violently with the three storms Ciara, Dennis and Jorge. During the arrival of storm Jorge , I went to Kilfarrasy and to my surprise it didn’t rain at all, what made it a lot easier to shoot the impressive power of the sea. On the beach I met fellow member of the Waterford Camera Club, John Byrne and we were treated with a beautiful sunset as well.

All pictures were shot with my Sigma 70-200 lens.

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First outings with WCC

The first outing with the Waterford Camera Club

After moving to Waterford, I joined the Waterford Camera Club. A group of wonderful, talented and inspirational people. I will try to join the group outings as much as possible to share my passion of photography. During the first outing we explored the city for some night photography and some light trails.

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Sea of opportunities

Sea of opportunities

Here we are, settled in Waterford and having a great time with all the beautiful people here. As we visited Waterford so many times the last 18 years, it feels like home. After saying goodbye to photoclub VeluweOOm in the Netherlands, I was happy to join the Waterford Camera Club (WCC) where I received a very warm welcome. A great club with wonderful and very talented people.

In my last post I mentioned how great is was to have those beautiful woods on your doorstep in the Netherlands. The situation here is much different as Ireland is one of the EU countries with the least amount of woods. In return we get stunning coastlines and breathtaking landscapes, it really opens up a sea of new opportunities for me. During the first 2 months I visited the coast a couple of times and I would like to share some of the images with you. Hope you like them. Enjoy.

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Autumn of change

Autumn of change

During every autumn nature changes. The trees will display the most beautiful colours before they release their leaves to get ready for the winter. For myself this was also an autumn of change by leaving the Netherlands and move to Ireland. I’m looking forward to this new chapter in life together with Jacqui. There are so many things that I’m looking forward to but obviously there are things that I’ll definitely miss. Along drop, Dutch cheese and other things, I will miss the woods on our doorstep. Every autumn it was a feast to have a walk through these woods and this autumn I felt somewhat emotional because I know I will miss this unique area. So please find my last series of pictures of the forest in the Dieren area. Hope you like them.

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