Print Gallery: images telling stories from Antigua to Ireland
View over Galleon Beach, Antigua
This is the view that I looked out on from my house in Antigua. It is Galleon Beach and the entrance to Nelson's Dockyard. Photographed at sunset.
I took this picture in Antigua, these little purple flowers grew in my garden and they are so delicate and fragile. The sun cast this big shadow as they lay near the window.
Tulips in my garden in Ireland at Easter time. Yellow colours popping out on a dark background.
These are the flowers in my garden in Ireland during a Springtime moment.
I took this picture of the Irish coastline in Northern Ireland when we travelled there at Easter. It was just brathtaking to see the cliffs and the sea, like looking at Google Earth!
St Patrick at sunset, Tara
This is the iconic statue of St. Patrick looking across to the Hill of Skryne where the pascal fire was lit. Sunset at the Hill of Tara is incredible. On this day there was beautiful soft light across the sky outlining St Patrick.
I love this image of romance silhouetted at sunset at the Hill of Tara.
Pink and Purple Flowers
An image taken in Antigua of tiny pink and purple flowers that grew outside my house.
Mossy Irish fence
Deserted Irish beach
We stumbled down the sand dunes to arrive at this deserted beach in Donegal. It was simply breath-taking. We had just come from the Caribbean, renowned for it's idyllic beaches, but this was quite extraordinarily competitive.
I took this picture of the houses at the base of the cliffs in Northern Ireland. I love the offset symmetry.
A little piece of my nature art. I gathered these treasures in the hedgerow in Co. Meath, Ireland. The green is vibrant and wonderful.
I photographed these flowers in Antigua. Lace is one of my favourite treasures and seemed fitting with this delicate little bloom.
I remember these flowers from my childhood and how much I loved them. When we moved back to Ireland I treasured the moment when I found this little beauty.
Flower in blue
Pretty flowers in the bright sunshine of Antigua!
Riding bikes in Rostrevor, Co. Down
We discovered Rostrevor as the boys in our house love downhill mountain biking - the more extreme the better. Rostrevor has something for everyone though - flatish trails, downhill, uphill walking tracks, playground. It is great to throw a picnic in a backpack and head off on the tracks.
Trees at Rostrevor Forest
A magical forest of tall straight pine trees. These are at Rostrevor Forest in Co. Down, Ireland.
I love having a trail in front of me and the freedom to explore. Rostrevor in the Mourne Mountains of Co. Down is such a wonderful place to explore. Being out in nature gives me so much energy - and a great nights sleep too!