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Experience more within Ireland's Shamrock Shores

Ireland is full of amazing unique locations, offering up crashing coastlines, monstrous mountains, historical castles and beautiful forests. With each county displaying something different for a photographer to shoot. Learn more about some the best locations to go shooting in Ireland.
Check out our latest blogs below, written by fellow photographers:

Where the Mountains of Mourne Sweep Down to the Sea

Trails Where the Mountains of Mourne Sweep Down to the Sea Where the Mountains of Mourne Sweep Down to the Sea by Steven Hanna The Mountains of Mourne, or as they are often referred to locally, The Mournes, are a huge attraction in Northern Ireland to both tourists and locals

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Embrace the low winter sun!

Trails Embrace the low winter sun! Embrace the low winter sun! by Sean O’ Riordan I am strongly considering retiring my camera come May and not picking it up again until September… Ok that is probably a lie however I do know that the majority of shooting I will do

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Magic of the Coast

Trails Magic of the Coast Magic of the Coast by Adrian Hendroff When it comes to landscape photography, there is something magnetic that draws me to the coast. Perhaps it’s the state of flux, always looking different from one visit to the next. Or maybe the combination of the elements

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WW2 Éire Navigational Aid & Neutrality Markers

Trails WW2 Éire Navigational Aid & Neutrality Markers WW2 Éire Navigational Aid & Neutrality Markers by Conor Corbett Our first markers What started off as a chance encounter in June 2018 has turned into a 13 month historical and photography adventure! From Malin Head to Mizen Head and everywhere in

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Wallstead’s of Ireland

Trails Wallstead’s of Ireland Wallstead’s of Ireland by Cathair Dixon Project Brief A personal project to document the forgotten buildings of Ireland AIM: To photographically document the Wallstead ruins across the 32 counties of Ireland. PURPOSE: To inspire interest and appreciation for these Wallsteads, their history, and their place in the

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Making the most out of Monaghan

Trails Making the most out of Monaghan Making the most out of Monaghan by Conor Finnegan Monaghan eh?? Monaghan. Of all places Monaghan! Not exactly named and famed for crashing coastlines, monstrous mountains, Historical Castles or anything other than a good oul bog snorkel. But after all, it is my

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The Wild Atlantic Way

Trails The Wild Atlantic Way The Wild Atlantic Way by Steven Hanna The Wild Atlantic Way – 1,600 miles of weaving coastal roads along which you can explore the rugged beauty of the west coast of Ireland. From the Inishowen Peninsula along County Donegal’s northerly tip to the beautiful southern

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The Galtee Mountains under the full moon

Trails The Galtee Mountains under the full moon The Galtee Mountains under the full moon by Sean O’Riordan The Galtee mountains lie on the borders of Limerick and Tipperary and consist of two main peaks, Galtymore and Galtybeg. Galtybeg is the smaller of the two coming in at 799m with

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Waterfalls of the Mournes

Trails Waterfalls of the Mournes Waterfalls of the Mournes by Chris Trainor If you have ever walked through a forest and heard the faint rumble of a distant waterfall, then you will agree that there is something truly magical about it. Your senses fill with the glory of nature unfolding

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