Sorry that I haven’t written in a while as I spend the last two weeks doing the leaving certificate. During the weeks leading up to it I took some photographs of the Aeonium plant, also called the tree houseleek and made a series of pictures of the plant growing.
Now that it is almost summer time I decided to go outside in the garden to see lots of flowers growing in each bed. I really like all the colours of the flowers so I took lots of photographs close up to them. After it rained today I found some leaves with water droplets on them. I have photos of leaves with the most droplets that fell onto them.
One day when I went for a walk in the woods I discovered some old houses that have been abandoned from many years ago. They are mostly built from stone with some moss, ivy and tree branches growing on them.
The first stone house I discovered was an old forge that was once used for blacksmiths.
Then I decided to take some photographs of a wall with a lovely tree branch texture on a barn, a farmhouse and some parts of it.
Today I decided to go on an outing with my family to Bundoran Beach in Co Donegal because the weather was nice and sunny. It was my very first visit to this county in Ireland. I took my camera with me to get some really good photographs. The trip to Bundoran was only 1 hour and 18 minutes from where I live.
First I took some shots of two cliffs and the green moss texture on the berms of the sand.
Here are a few of the samples of texture I saw on the cliffs.
On the way to the other side of the beach I decided to take some more photos of textures of wood on the fence. I got a few shots with holes in the wood.
I also discovered a cave under the cliffs.
As we got to the bigger side of the beach I decided to take some photographs of the textures of sand, berms and waves.
On the way back home we decided to go to Glencar waterfall in Co Leitrim. I got out of the car on the way up there to take photos of the mountains.
For the past few days I went outside with my camera to take some lovely photos of Ferns, buds and leaves. My camera has a twistable screen so I can point my lens at what I am taking a photo of and look down at the subject through the screen.
I hope you enjoyed looking at my springtime photographs.
I also went on the outing to Lough Key forest park to take some photographs of different patterns of bark texture on the trees in the woodland walk. As I was walking I got so fascinated by how the textures would look like on my camera. I zoomed in very closely so I didn’t get anything else in the background.
I saw lots of different texture patterns of tree bark that looked very beautiful. Here are some samples of the best shots.
Today I decided to visit Lough key forest park in Boyle to take some very good photographs there. I have been there many times before on family outings and with my Outreach group with the Brothers of Charity.
First I wanted to set up my tripod and telephoto lens at the lake to take some good shots of the boats, ducks, swans and the castle on the island. The photographs were very close up as I zoomed in very well on the far side of the lake.
Then we went for a walk in the woodland to take some photographs of the trees and the reflection of the tree branches in the water under the bridge.
Swan looking into the camera.
Mum and the swan.
Here are some photos of the interior and the tower of the old church.
I took photographs of trees with lots of branches on the way into the woodland walk.