The many moods of the West of Ireland

Long, long before I moved to Ireland, I swore that one day I would open a photographic art gallery+café somewhere on the west coast, after staying at my cousin Majella’s home in Clare, and falling madly in love with the coastal scenery. Okay, so I haven’t quite made it there yet, but on my ever expanding To Do list in life, there are still many boxes to tick.

One of those is to keep exploring, and keep snapping. If photography was “just a job” to me, I would have given it up long ago. In fact, when I moved to Ireland nearly 4 years ago, I was looking for a career change. What I found instead was that without a camera, I’m a very grumpy girl! So now that I’m back working for myself this year and creating my own images, life is pretty cool :)

This morning I’ve had a little catch up on editing my personal work. These landscapes were taken during a road-trip just before I headed back to Australia last December. They show the many moods of one afternoon in Connemara, Galway, on the amazing west coast of Ireland. Sorry Melbourne, this beats your four seasons in one day! ;)

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2 thoughts on “The many moods of the West of Ireland

  1. Lea says:

    Gorgeous! I want to visit Ireland now!

  2. That just so looks like Connemara. One of the best places in Ireland. Love it!!! Be sure to check out Dingle and Donegal my 2 other favorites in that order

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