Photographing abandoned buildings is one of those opportunities that can present itself unexpectedly. When travelling in Ireland these opportunities abound. This short article shares a small selection of photographs and discusses some of the things that can be considered when photographing abandoned buildings.
This somewhat detailed article discusses some of the considerations when composing with wire fences, and provides some sample photographs.
This article discusses Glenveagh Castle composition options. A few different subjects and scenes at Glenveagh Castle were selected to illustrate how ‘working a scene’ can produce a range of different compositions.
During our photography tour of Ireland my wife and I visited Glenveagh Castle which is situated in Glenveagh National Park. Unfortunately our timing was such that we were not able to do the interior tour of the caste. This article shares a number of exterior views of the castle as well as some images of the gardens.
During our photography tour of Ireland my wife and I visited the Dunfanaghy Workhouse Heritage Centre. People interested in history will find this to be an informative stop.
Mussenden Temple is one of the most photographed monuments in Northern Ireland. It was built in 1783 by Frederick Hervey, the Fourth Earl of Bristol. The structure was designed as a library and built for the Earl’s niece, Frideswide Bruce. Mussenden Temple became her memorial when she died in 1785.