The above image of the elusive Pine Marten was taken at the new River Birch Photography hide which is located in Mullingar County Westmeath. I got to spend two wonderful days over the May bank Holiday weekend photographing the local
It has been a while since I have written a blog post or had time to update my website and social media accounts. Those of you who follow me on social media would be aware I have had to use
I recently got to take photographs of some of Irelands most intriguing wildlife, at the Irish Photography Hides purpose built hide at the bottom of the Slieve Bloom Mountains in County Laois. From the iconic native Red Squirrel to the
What a beautiful sight to see a Dolphin swimming so far up the Boyne River. Drogheda now has its own Fungi!! Great to see so many people come out to catch a glimpse.
I captured some beautiful photos of wading birds that wade in and feed on the mudflats of the Boyne River Estuary at Drogheda. I found that some birds wade in shallow water, while others feed on the rocky shoreline. The
I spent a couple of hours early this morning photographing Brent Geese along the Boyne River Estuary. We are lucky here in Louth that large flocks of this long distance migratory Geese feed up and down the River and coastal
What amazing light there was on Sunday morning for photographing wading birds within my 5 kilometres restriction . I decided to target the Redshank as there was a large flock feeding along the river channel of the Boyne river estuary
During my walk this morning along the Boyne Green way at the Ramparts in Drogheda, I spotted a Juvenile Cormorant standing on the edge of the canal. I didn’t have my camera with me, so I decided to head back
I was looking to take my garden bird photography to another level, so I decided to create a reflection pool that can be portable and that would not make to much of a mess of the garden. It’s was really
Drogheda town really pushed the boat out this year with a great display of Christmas Lights around the town. The Christmas Lights feature not only in the town itself but also along the Boyne River at Scotch Hall and D-hotel.