Posts Tagged ‘Galway Bay’

13 October, 2012- Whether by Duty or Passion

On days like these I love heading down to the sea, camera in hand, to see what magic may unfold. Lately the changeable autumn weather continues to deliver a near-certain visual feast.

12 Oct, 2012- Seascape Drama Continues

Another sunny day sends me scurrying, reflexively, back down to Salthill to photograph what hopefully unfolds into another gorgeous seascape. A string of brilliant days has compelled me to return again and again, capturing the sea in its many moods and adding to my growing library of Galway Bay images.

11 Oct, 2012- Galway’s Duality, Urban and Wild

Galway’s distinctive appeal is that it embodies the spirit of an urban village while maintaining connections with wild nature. Credit due to its picturesque setting along Galway Bay and close proximity to such wild land attractions as Connemara and the Burren.

10 Oct, 2012- Galway Bay from Mutton Island

Despite murky conditions I threw my camera over my shoulder, hopped on my bike and headed to the sea, to photograph another Photo of the Day, courtesy of Galway Bay. Such treks have already become routine in my two weeks back in Galway. Routine perhaps, but neither boring nor repetitive.

28 Sep, 2012 – Sunset over Blackrock

Walkers along the Salthill prominade are routinely treated to a visual feast sunsets over Galway Bay, like this one recently captured at the popular swimming pier at Blackrock.