On Sunday past myself & my younger brother decided that Mount Sawel would be a decent mountain to hike, with it just slightly smaller than Errigal and plus the fact it’s only up the road!
I had hoped to capture images of the Mournes and Donegal Mountains but the weather was far from being on our side.
Rain, fog, and strong winds the entire time we where there made for very little use of the camera!
I did however manage to snap this one of my brother and I’ve titled it "Into the Unknown" because myself or him didn’t know what was ahead of us!
Although very faint, it’s confirmation that the 2014/2015 Aurora season has officially begun! You can see the green glow on the left handside just about the clouds and the 2 lights on the horizon.
Hopefully this is the first of many more sightings to come!
This is the view from my office window.
The star that doesn’t move (never moves) is known as Polaris and all other stars rotate around this.
Niki, meet everybody, everybody meet Niki.
My newly rehomed male Collie.
I woke shortly after 1AM after dreaming about the Northern Lights! In the dream we had the best storm ever witnessed on our shores… then I woke up lol
Anyway, here’s a shot from February this year of the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) taken just outside of Bellarena, which is a few miles from Benone Beach.
The Aurora season is almost upon us, with the skies at night actually being almost dark now.
Hopefully plenty of oppotunies chasing the Northern Lights this season
Anyway, so glad to have the sun of my life back in my life again as she is now going to be tortured again with me taking photos of her.
Thought I’d experiment with some long exposures and light trails tonight to create a different kind of portrait photo.
The idea behind the photo I think is fantastic, but I the quality and framing of the image is awful.
I’m going to try this again soon