msw8738

msw8738

My photographic style centers on the use of natural light to visualize emotion and evoke memory. evolution of my style began early in the year 200
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View from Cairnbane East of the Loughcrew Cairns site, County Meath Ireland, is also known as Hag's Mountain.
View northeast from the Slievenaglogh Townland toward the valley between Slieve Foy and Slievenaglogh peaks. Slieve Foy is the far ridge.  Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
One May early morning two white horses come down from a sloping pasture on Slievenaglogh to view an interloper taking photographs.  Slievenaglogh Townland, County Louth, Ireland.
View of Slievenaglogh peak (Irish: Sliabh na gCloch) on the road from to Riverstown with grazing white horses. yellow heather.  Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
One May early morning two white horses come down from a sloping pasture on Slievenaglogh to view an interloper taking photographs.  Slievenaglogh Townland, County Louth, Ireland.
View north, northeast from slope of Slievenaglogh peak (Irish: Sliabh na gCloch) on the road to Riverstown.  Slieve Foy is the far ridge lost in cloud. Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
Slievenaglogh View, east northeast. On the slope of Slievenaglogh peak (Irish: Sliabh na gCloch) on the road from Mullaghattin Townland to Riverstown.  Slieve Foy is the far ridge lost in clouds.
Slievenaglogh View with road, east. On the slope of Slievenaglogh peak (Irish: Sliabh na gCloch) on the road from Mullaghattin Townland to Riverstown.  The view includes Slievenaglogh peak.
Horse pasture on northeast slope of Slievenaglogh peak (Irish: Sliabh na gCloch) on the road from Mullaghattin Townland to Riverstown.  Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
Glenariff is a valley of County Antrim, Northern Ireland.   This glacially carved glen has a mouth on the North Channel of the Irish Sea at the town of Waterfoot.
View northwest from Hill of Tara looking across County Meath with views of Counties Westmeath and Cavan.
View from Cairnbane East of the Lough Crew Cairns site, County Meath Ireland, is also known as Hag's Mountain.
A foot bridge allows hikers to climb a steep trail in the gorge wall.  Summer within the gorge of Buttermilk Falls Park.
A stone stair follows a series of cascades.  Summer within the gorge of Buttermilk Falls Park.
The approach to the ruined cottages of Loughan an Lochan including Lochan and  Coolraney Townlands, Torr Head to right of distant ridge.  County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
A 13th Century ruin on the Cong River, the Monk's Fishing House, part of Cong Abbey, set in a lush landscape with, in the distance, a weir across the river.  County Mayo, Ireland.
Riding a horse and trap on Cottage Road from Kilronan village, Inishmore, Aran Islands, Country Galway, ireland
View from Cairnbane East of the Lough Crew Cairns site, County Meath Ireland, is also known as Hag's Mountain.
Rows of retractable seats of high quality wood finished to reveal the natural wood grain.  Even illumination front to back.  All seats in retracted position.
Loughcrew Passage Tomb complex of County Meath, Ireland (near Oldcastle). We are looking east, southeast over an arc of curb stones.  Right foreground are curb stones of the primary.
Medieval Carlingford, centered around a 12th century castle.  Seen from the Tain Trail on Slieve Foy.  The water is Carlingford Lough.  Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
A cliff overhangs historic central Carlingford.  The Tain Way follows the cliff shoulder though grazing commons. The water is Carlingford Lough.  Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
A swan and cygnet feed from pristine River Cong waters flowing past the doors of Ashford Castle, County Mayo, Ireland.
Inscription on the upper surface of stone marking traditional burial-place of St. Patrick.  Located on a hill overlooking the town of Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.
Vines can take over a tree, growing rapidly up the trunk and into the canopy.  The tree will die of suffocation.
A 13th Century ruin on the Cong River, the Monk's Fishing House, part of Cong Abbey, set in a lush landscape with, in the distance, a weir across the river.  County Mayo, Ireland.
This low weir on the Cong River is a third of a mile upstream from the Ashford Castle bridge a tenth of a mile from the Salmon Hatchery.  County Mayo, Ireland
West view from Slea Head Drive on the tip of the Dingle Peninsula.   On the right are Dunmore Head, Beginish Island then, to the left, Great Blasket Island.  Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland.
This ruined church is on the right side as you travel Cottage Road out of Kilronan Village, Inishmore, Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland.   Note the curious horse at the gate in a dry stone wall.
A hawthorn tree in bloom on May 27, 2016 with tributes.  Growing on the slope of Hag's Mountain
Charlemagne is a retired show horse at home on a County Cork, Ireland pasture on a spring morning.  Hawthorne trees bloom in the background.
A Navajo Guide showed us this petroglyph during a backcountry jeep tour of Monument Valley Tribal Park.  Here we are beneath a cliff facing southwest viewing this ancient petroglyph.
The first waterfall encountered after climbing from the valley floor.  Summer within the gorge of Buttermilk Falls Park.
Spring floods carve deep pools into the gorge floor.  Summer within the gorge of Buttermilk Falls Park.
A footpath lures the curious away from the gorge trail steps.  Summer within the gorge of Buttermilk Falls Park.
Ferns grow thick along the gordge walls, sharing this view of small cascades, July in Buttermilk Falls Park.
Plants and livestock on these slopes of Slieve Foy above Carlingford contend with adverse conditions in the form of a constant east wind.  Tain Trail, Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
The lower reaches of the Tain Trail turn a rich dark brown, peat color.  The pitch of the land is flatter here, with less erosion to expose the glacial till.  Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
Residential Carlingford continues along the Greenore Road, farmland adjoins then continues southeast along the Cooley Peninsula margin, the Irish Sea beyond.  County Louth, Ireland.
The first Carlingford home passed by the Tain Trail is a solid fieldstone home with a slate roof fronted by a natural garden featuring red poppies.  Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
Rocks such as this are a favorite perch for leprechauns to rest and contemplate the works of man who have invaded their world.   Tain Way, Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Carlingford
Medieval Carlingford, centered around a 12th century castle built on solid rock seen from the Tain Trail on Slieve Foy.  Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
The Tain Trail steepens on approaching Carlingford, descending from Slieve Foy.  Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
The flocks of County Louth commonly carry paint brands to identify ownership.  Paint branding lessens wool value.  This is less of an issue if the livestock are primarily raised for meat.  Ireland
There is a deepwater port on Carlingford Lough adjacent to and part of Greenore Town.  Across the lough is Greenecastle, Newry in Northern Ireland.  Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
We descended the Tain Trail below the ridge to pass into excellent pasturage high above Carlingford.  These lambs calmly watched us pass.  Tain Trail, Cooley Peninsula, County Louth, Ireland.
Lough Corrib is the largest lake of the Republic of Ireland, has over 1,000 islands and notable Iron and Bronze Age arcological sites.  The waters lies in both Galway and Mayo Counties, Ireland.
This footpath follows the River Cong from the grounds of Ashford Castle to Cong Village.  The border of Mayo and Galway Counties is the river midline.  Ireland
Lough Corrib is the largest lake of the Republic of Ireland, has over 1,000 islands and notable Iron and Bronze Age arcological sites.  The waters lies in both Galway and Mayo Counties, Ireland.
A solitary swan glides across pristine River Cong waters flowing past the doors of Ashford Castle, County Mayo and Galway, Ireland.
Deserted farms on shelves of land sloping to the Irish Sea.  Mull of Kintyre, Scotland, in the distance across the North Channel of the Irish Sea.  Loughan an Lochan, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Remains of deserted farms on shelves of land sloping to the Irish Sea. Loughan an Lochan, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Deserted farm on the steep slopes of an amphitheater-like landscape above Lochan Bay on the Irish Sea.  Loughan an Lochan, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
The approach to the ruined cottages of Loughan an Lochan including Lochan and  Coolraney Townlands, Torr Head to right of distant ridge.  County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Deserted farms on shelves of land sloping to the Irish Sea.  Mull of Kintyre, Scotland, in the distance across the North Channel of the Irish Sea.  Loughan an Lochan, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Deserted farms on shelves of land sloping to the Irish Sea.  Mull of Kintyre, Scotland, in the distance across the North Channel of the Irish Sea.  Loughan an Lochan, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Located on the steep slopes above the Irish Sea, these stones mark the lives of people who must have loved this view of Scotland.   Loughan an Lochan, Antrim Glens, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
The placard text reads:"A large memorial stone of Mourne granite was place here in 1900 to mark the traditional burial of St. Patrick.  The stone was quarried at Slieve-na-largie near Castlewellan.
These ferns, grass on the gable was once a home with a view of Scotland's Mull of Kintyre 13 miles across the North Channel of the Irish Sea. Loughan an Lochan, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
 ferns, grass on the gable was once a home with a view of Scotland's Mull of Kintyre 13 miles across the Irish Sea North Channel.  The Isle of Sanda just visible on the right of the far gable.  Lougha
Deserted farms on shelves of land sloping to the Irish Sea.  Mull of Kintyre, Scotland, in the distance across the North Channel of the Irish Sea.  Loughan an Lochan, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Roofless walls of a cottage more substantial than the other deserted ruins above Loughan Bay, with two fireplaces a walled porch with a view.  Loughan an Lochan, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Cong Abbey is noted for Early Gothic architecture and masonry.  Here is an entrance of a remnant wall notable for the carved geometric decorations.  County Mayo, Ireland.
Vines can take over a tree, growing rapidly up the trunk and into the canopy.  A tree overtaken in this way can be deprived of sunlight and die. County Mayo, Ireland.
Cong Abbey is noted for Early Gothic architecture and masonry.  Here is an example of a graceful arch and lancet window in a remnant wall bathed in morning light. County Mayo, Ireland.
A fragmentary cloister were the Augustinian monks of Cong Abbey worked and prayed.  Early Gothic architecture and masonry from the 13th century. County Mayo, Ireland.
A fragmentary cloister were the Augustinian monks of Cong Abbey worked and prayed.  Early Gothic architecture and masonry from the 13th century. County Mayo, Ireland
A 13th Century ruin on the Cong River.  The Mon's Fishing House, part of Cong Abbey, County Mayo, Ireland
A 13th Century ruin on the Cong River.  The elegant arched entrance to the Monk's Fishing House, part of Cong Abbey, County Mayo, Ireland
A forest path along the Cong River connects the village of Cong with Ashford Castle.
View southwest over the Dunberg Promontory Fort. In the foreground a ram rests. In the distance, Dingle Bay, North Atlantic Ocean and the Skellig Islands. Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland.
View west from Slea Head.  On the far left is Dunmore Head, the Dingle Peninsula.  A boat traverses Blasket Sound between Dunmore Head and the Great Blasket.  Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland.
View from Slea Head Drive looking down the cliff toward the North Atlantic Ocean breaking on the rocks.  In the foreground is the wildflower Red Clover.  Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland.
View west from Slea Head encompassing the Great Blasket, Inishnabro, Inishvickilane Islands a boat with wake and dramatic cloudscape.  Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland.
View southwest over the Dunberg Promontory Fort. In the foreground a ram rests. In the distance, Dingle Bay, North Atlantic Ocean and the Skellig Islands. Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland.
View from Conor Pass, north, northeast with the top of Clogharee Lough, Lough Atlea, Lough Guttia and Brandon Bay.  Note the ruins to the right of Clogharee Lough.  Beyond is the North Atlantic.
View from Conor Pass, north, northeast with the top of Clogharee Lough, Lough Atlea, Brandon Bay and Caher Point.  Taken from Spa Road.  Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland
From Slea Head Drive (R559), looking west  toward the North Atlantic Ocean breaking on the rocks.  In the distance, Slea Head and the Blasket Islands.  Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland.
View from Conor Pass, south, southwest over the shoulder of Mount Brandon with Dingle town and bay.  In the distance, Iveragh Peninsula and Michael Skellig.  Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland.
View from Conor Pass, north, northeast with Brandon Bay and Caher Point.  Beyond is the North Atlantic.
Crab Island in Doolin Harbor is barren with the exception of a single ruin, a 19th-century stone constabulary outpost.  The island is 0.13 miles at widest point.
Leaving Doolin Harbor on the Queen of Aran ferry.
Leaving Doolin Harbor on the Queen of Aran..
Distant view of the Twelve Bens of the Connemara region of County Galway, Ireland.  View northwest from the Doolin Ferry travelling Galway Bay in the Arran Islands.
On a ferry passing Crab Island, Galway Bay, looking southeast toward the Cliffs of Moher, O'Brien's Tower along ridge, up and left of center.  Doolin Harbor, County Claire, Ireland.
Crab Island in Doolin Harbor is barren with the exception of a single ruin, a 19th-century stone constabulary outpost.  The island is 0.13 miles at widest point.  County Claire, Ireland.
Leaving Doolin Harbor behind, the landscape around Doolin opens up.  Near Cliff Moher, County Claire, Ireland.
This townland, Ballyryan of County Claire.  Foreground is the waters of the Altantic Ocean and Galway Bay.  From the ferry to Inishmore, Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland.
This photograph captures both PMV Plassey (or Plassy) shipwreck and Lighthouse on the coast of Inisheer.   The view is looking southwest from the Doolin Ferry, Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland.
Looking west toward Inisheer after the Ferry to Inisheer passes the Plassey wreck.  View of a place named Sheeaunroe from the ferry deck.  Inisheer, Aran Islands, County Galway, Republic of Ireland
On the southernmost tip of the Aran Islands, the Inisheer Lighthouse guides the southern entrance of Galway Bay.  Inisheer, Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland.
Looking southwest toward Inisheer as the Doolin Ferry approaches the dock at Caherard.  O’Brien’s Castle on the hill summit.  Inisheer, Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland.
View from Ferry  to Inishmore looking southeast toward the western tip of the island of Inisheer.  Houses set in the landscape of the burren.  Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland.
View from Doolin Ferry travelling Galway Bay to Inishmore, looking southwest toward the lighthouse of Straw Island.  Aran Islands, County Galway, Republic of Ireland.
Looking west toward Inisheer as the Doolin Ferry approaches the dock at Caherard.  The island of Inishmann to the right.  Inisheer, Aran Islands, County Galway, Republic of Ireland
The view from Cottage Road out of Kilronan village looks over fields enclosed by dry stone walls of limestone, the grass a luxuriant green.   The Aran island of Inishmore, County Galway, Ireland.
View of a field enclosed in dry stone walls along Cottage Road out of Kilronan village and looking out over Galway Bay, Inishmore, Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland
Roadside daisies against a dry stone wall on Cottage Road out of Kilronan village, Inishmore, Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland
The view is looking south, southwest from the path leading to Dun Aonghasa.  Inishmore, Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland
A dramatic landscape, the view west from Dun Aonghasa.  The karst formation and cliffs of Inishmore under the clouds of a gathering spring storm.  Inishmore, Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland.
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