For Trinity week I went on a guided bird walk of the campus.
I had literally no idea there were so many different varieties of birds on campus. All the trees and hidden gardens create a microcosm for the birds to thrive in. Normally you just see the cheeky Seagulls trying to knick people’s lunches or the feral Pigeons bopping around on one gammy leg. We saw Redwings, Robins, Mistel trush (One was in a nest) Blue tits, Willow warblers, wood pigeons, crows, black birds, Wrens and Magpies.
It wasn’t a particularly nice day out but I managed to snap a few different varities.
Had the pleasure of helping organise a tour of Glendalough in Co. Wicklow with the Trinity college photography society (DUPA). The tour was in conjunction with The light hunters who gave us all tips and tricks to get the best shots on the day
The national park has two main lakes, many waterfalls and historic early Christian sites including a majestic intact round tower.
Here are a few of my choice photos of the day. Click in and enjoy. 🙂
I’ve been hiking up the Dublin and Wicklow mountains the last few weeks trying to explore more of them with friends. It’s such a beautiful place, especially off the beaten track. To think that it’s beauty is there all year round is amazing. I need to make a point of going up there more to relax,take in nature and the views. Click in to view the photos in full.
This park will always have a special place in my heart. Many days spent sitting on the grass in the in the sunshine there. Runs or walks most evenings with so many hidden places to discover. There is a beautiful court yard with walled gardens which you can enter free of charge. This time of the year is especially nice with the leaves changing colour.
It was wonderful to catch some of the stags rutting in the Phoenix park last week with the Dublin university photography society. The males had some beautiful well-developed antlers which they were fighting with. A fantastic sight to see first hand.
Tis the season for mushrooms. I was out and about in Marley park this time last year and I came across many beautiful different varieties. Here are some macro shots I got of them. I’m hoping to get out again this weekend and snap a few more varieties