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07 Aug 2016
Puffin om Skellig Michael

Puffins on Skellig Michael

One of the highlights of my latest trip to Ireland was a visit to Skellig Michael, a small island about 12 km off the coast.

29 Jul 2016
View from Connor Pass at Sunrise

Phototrip to Ireland

Mid of July I returned to Ireland. This time together with a couple of other photographers and the help of Phase ONE. One week full of shooting, chatting and laughing.

04 Dec 2012

Autumn in Ireland

The last two weeks I was again in Ireland to enjoy the beautyful autumn – and of course to shoot some great photographs. The first few days I spent in Killarney. After that I headed off for Dingle Peninsula.

30 Sep 2011

On Cliffs and Crosses

Meanwhile I’m back in Dublin. Leaving Dingle, I took the road north towards Tabert, crossed the Shannon and headed to Liscannor.

27 Sep 2011

The Dingle Penisula

The last few days I spent on Dingle Penisula (Corca Dhuibhne). The main city Dingle (An Daingean) is a small town with a run-down but still busy fishing port, maybe the most important port in western Ireland. There are a few cosy pubs in the town, offering very good food.

24 Sep 2011

Tour of the Rings – Part 2

Yesterday I did the final leg of the ring and arrived in Killarney and made a trip into the inner areas of the penisula today. Leaving Killarney, I first headed to Gap of Dunloe, a gorgeous narrow valley within Killarney National Park.

19 Sep 2011

First week is over

Meanwhile the first week of vacation is over. Yesterday, I arrived at Baltimore, Co. Cork. The small village located in the south west is famous for its medieval lighthouse, called “Lots wife”. Today I left the car and made a daytrip to Cape Clear Island. From Baltimore, you can reach the island by ferry in about one hour.

13 Sep 2011

Last evening in Dublin

I’m sitting in a nice little pub in the centre of Dublin. For now, this is my last evening in this lively city. Tomorrow I’ll be heading south into Wicklow Mointains. Hurricane Katia has calmed down and went on without any bigger losses. Although it touched Ireland only a little, we had a gale up to 10 Bf even in the city, making walking, or sometimes even standing and taking pictures, a bit challenging.