The first Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge was built in 1755 to assist during the salmon fishery. The bridge has been rebuilt countless times. Even though the bridge of today is safe, crossing it isn’t for the faint of heart. People find great exhilaration in crossing the bridge and I did too. I try to do as … More Northern Ireland Photography – Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge – Photo a Day – Landscape Photography
Visit Ireland and the amazing town of Dingle. It’s known for music, culture and for its unique vibe. A special place, for sure, but the calm that fell over me when I visited the harbour was something completely different. Amazing.
Likely built sometime between the 7th and 12th century AD, the Gallarus Oratory is an early Christian church built on the Dingle Peninsula, one of Ireland’s most ancient and revered locations. It’s a place of magic, mystery and one where the unknowns of the world swirl.
Travel with me as your tour guide to the Newgrange Passage Tomb. It’s a sight that will remain with me for the rest of my life. A feeling of wanderlust awaits travellers as they visit the Neolithic passage tomb at Newgrange. It’s a site that is 5,000 years old, 500 years older than the pyramids … More Newgrange Tomb, Ireland | Ancient Near East History | Photo a Day
Visit Dublin and travel with me as your guide to St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin. The main altar is a sight I won’t soon forget. St. Patrick’s Cathedral was originally founded in the 12th century, and as one of Ireland’s greatest and most prestigious cathedrals, it’s also one of Dublin’s leading attractions.