My most popular photos

Gleniff

I’ve decided to do a blog post of my most popular photos, most of these were in my exhibition in Angelworld. Above is the ‘famous’ Gleniff Horseshoe photo. It even ended up on the Irish Daily Mirror Facebook page last week (without my knowledge until a friend told me!) This was taken in February of this year on the one snowy day we had.

Knocknarea

Knocknarea Sunset taken from Ballisodare Bay. I’ve taken a few sunsets here but this one is my favourite and a popular one on my Facebook page.

Hazelwood

This image of Hazelwood is another popular one. This one was taken a few years ago and ended up in the Irish Times once πŸ™‚

Benbulben sunset

Benbulben sunset, another popular one. We are truly blessed with the stunning scenery we have here in Sligo, I never tire of it.

The Holy Well

The Holy Well is one of my favourite places in Sligo, although I have to say not so much now they have knocked the wall down..but that’s a blog for another day. The photo above was taken on New Years Day.

Autumn at the Holy Well

This one above was taken in the Autumn. It’s amazing how different the light and the colours are.

Love Swans

‘Love Birds’ taken at Hazelwood and a finalist in the TV3 photo competition.

Clutching at straws

‘Clutching at straws’ – hooray, not a landscape! I can take other photos when I feel like it πŸ˜‰ I love the colours in this and the fact that it’s very different from my normal photos.

I’ve decided there will be a part two of this post tomorrow as I still have more photos I’d like to share.

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