The Irish landscape contains plenty of colours and shades. There might be a cloudy or rainy sky, but still with a little bit of sun, every stone and clump of grass starts to look like a magical object.
West of Ireland
You can start your journey from different places. My one starts in Dublin, where I take a train to Westport (irishrail.ie). You can just sit down, relax and enjoy your journey. It goes very smooth, especially when you grab some coffee, listen to the music. Sometimes there might be a card battle game on the table, that you can join.
West of Ireland is great for many reasons, for me because of the nature. Views of hills and uncountable bays on the Coast are just stunning. Starring at the Atlantic Ocean, sunset and waves create a felling of standing on the edge of the World. You may be lucky to see whales, dolphins or basking sharks. If you like a peace and don’t bother if it’s rain, that place is just perfect for you.
The Irish landscape contains plenty of colours and shades. There might be a cloudy or rainy sky, but still with a little bit of sun, every stone and clump of grass starts to look like a magical object. Moreover, if you’re lucky enough you might see a rainbow or leprechaun.
I haven’t discovered every spot in this region yet, but I can already notice how amazing West Coast can be. In this short photo journal you can see places I’ve visited and how they influenced on my art work.
“Just fly like a bird and you’ll notice so many shades of green – views there are amazing.”
Canon EOS M50 with a EF 50mm f/1.8 STM lens at 1/1250 sec, f/4.0 and ISO200 © Filip Jańczak