Thank you all for taking part in this wonderful walk trough Killarney National Park, unfortunately we had lost half of our group when I had the idea to take the picture at the Govenour´s View. The weather was nice to us and some of us even went to Torc Waterfall, after a lunch and coffee in Muchross House. If you like to take some photos of autumn leaves go there soon, the next storm could blow them away.
Join me for a photowalk this Saturday, October 30, we meet at 10 am at the Ross Castle car park. We take a walk trough the forest to the lake and back to the castle. This should be the right time to get some colourful pictures from trees, leaves and the lake with its ever changing sky and the mountin in the background. Practice your photography a bit and come out for some fresh air. And its all free!!! See you.
I went for a walk on the beach today and the sky was just amazing. All the wonderful colours are back and the sun behind the clouds is making it a really dramatic experience. If you are going out to take pictures of clouds and sky, point the camera up for the metering and keep the finger on the button half pressed down. Compose your photo and shoot. Go for the afternoon and evening light.
This day finished the same way it started. A sky with wonderful colours and no wind or breeze. It was the first time in my life that I saw the moon sinking into the sea, what a moment. I could hear the sheep in the field near me walking and from time to time the light from Bull Rock Lighthouse appeared, nothing else.
I´ve started teaching in the O´Connell Centre Cahersiveen this morning, tomorrow my course in Tech Amergin resumes and on Wednesday I´m starting a class in Killorglin at the Community College. If you are interested taking part in one of the courses, please contact me soon.