Landscape & Natural World Photography

Castleward and Audley's Castle portfolio Inside the beautiful 820 acre walled demesne of castleward there is an exotic sunken garden and paths that wind through woodland opening onto the shores of Strangford Lough.
Castleward has become even more popular due to the film industry using it as a location. I spent much of my childhood here as my grandparents and uncle helped to manage and maintain the estate.
The Kingdom of Mourne portfolio This portfolio is the most popular on the website and includes images from the Mourne Mountain range,Tollymore Forest and the surrounding countryside.The Kingdom of Mourne is a tract of mountain country occupying the southern and eastern corner of County Down.
The Heart of Down portfolio This portfolio concentrates on local landscapes and includes images from Downpatrick and Killyleagh. This region has been an important site since ancient times and the cathedral in Downpatrick is surely the burial place of Saint Patrick. The Lecale Coastline portfolio A favourite of locals in the heart of County Down, the Lecale Coastline, is located between Strangford Lough and the Mourne Mountains and has a low, sometimes sandy, rocky or grassy shoreline. The coastline is a place of delightful coves, dramatic headlands,secluded sandy beaches and is a sanctuary for wildlife.
Causeway Coastal Route portfolio The Causeway Coastal Route runs for 195 miles and takes in a rich tapestry of legendary landmarks, fantastic film locations and the majestic Glens of Antrim. The route follows a coastal road starting near Belfast and ending in Stroke City (Derry / Londonderry). The images in this portfolio include the world famous Giant Causeway and Dark Hedges. Landscapes of Ireland portfolio This portfolio includes images taken in the Wicklow Mountains and County Kerry. The landscapes of Ireland have been sculpted by both natural and human forces and are steeped in myths, legends and fairytales, stretching back to the age of the Celts. I hope that the photographs inspire you to visit Ireland.
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