Ireland is full of ruins of ancient buildings and constructions, some of them as old as 3200 years BC. These old ruins of burial sites, abbeys, monasteries, cemeteries and castles contribute to the air of mystery, romanticism and melancholy so typical in Ireland. A feeling intensified in grey and rainy days. […]Read More
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When you travel around Iceland you see many waterfalls… A lot!! Some of them are just trickles of water melting from glaciers in the mountains, others are huge and thunderous and majestic. All of them are beautiful. Trying to choose the most beautiful ones to write about them is very […]Read More
The Forty Foot is a promontory at the southern tip of Dublin Bay, where people have been swimming in the cold waters of the Irish sea for almost 250 years. It’s been a gentlemen swimming club for almost all of its history and, thanks to its isolated and hidden location, it […]Read More
Látrabjarg is probably one of my favourite places in Iceland. Located in the Westfjords, Látrabjarg is formed by a line of huge cliffs almost 450 m high and is the westernmost point of Iceland and Europe. The views of the Atlantic Ocean are magnificent (it’s considered one of the most beautiful […]Read More
I know, sunrise photographs are very common… Well, not for me. At least, since I live in Dublin. As you can imagine, there are more cloudy than sunny days and in summer, when the weather is not so bad, the sun rises so early that waking up at 3 in […]Read More
Autumn is always a gorgeous season to photograph. The special light, the colours, the scents… After some years living abroad, I recently travelled to Madrid, where I could see the city and its surroundings in this magical season. I forgot how gorgeous Spain can be in autumn. The transition between summer […]Read More
It took me some time to discover this magical location in the mountains of Wicklow, but now it’s one of my favourite places in Ireland. Glendalough (which means the “Valley of the Two Lakes”) is one of the most beautiful spots in Ireland. The ruins of a monastic settlement from the 6 century, […]Read More