As promised, I’m starting my posts from my adventures in Ireland!
I wanted to share the images I took while in Glendalough with you first because they are some of my favorites :) I was shooting with my tilt-shift lens for the day and am quite happy with the perfectly imperfect feel it gives the images.
On the day we visited Glendalough it was chilly and snowing lightly, but the walk around the beautiful park and monastic ruins was breathtaking. It was wonderful to step out of the city and into a country setting. Later this day we were even forced to pull our car over and wait for a very large herd of sheep to pass! I have a video of it that I’ll try to post at some point too.
After exploring the country sights we cleaned ourselves up and headed the Ritz Carlton where we had an amazing meal at the chef’s table in a Gordon Ramsay restaurant, which was, undoubtedly, one of the highlights of our trip.
Hope you enjoy this first installment of my travels :)
8 thoughts on “Glendalough, Ireland”
OMG these are fantastic shots Ali. Wow, that cemetery is amazing with the old ornate stones and green moss.
The landscape shots are wonderful and I love the sheep in them as well. You will have so many amazing memories and photo’s of this majestic land.
Awe, thank you very much Christine! It definitely was a wonderful trip, I’m so glad we went!
These are breathtaking! It really is Green there, other than the trees that have dropped their leaves. Yes the sheep are wonderful too with their blue mark on their backs. Looking forward to the next set of pics you post.
Thank you! I’ll have more photos up in another day or two :)
Oh my goodness, these photos are incredible! The cemetery looks so neat.
Thank you very much Kaylah! Everything about it was absolutely incredible, it had so much character!
I have never been to ireland; one day I hope to!
It’s beautiful! If you have the chance, I highly recommend the trip :)