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Remember, this offer ends on November 30th.
Tralee Ship Canal opened in 1846 to transport passengers and goods from Tralee Bay to the town. The canal is two miles long and could transport ships up to 300 tons but due to continuous silting and the development of Fenit as a deep water harbour, it fell into disuse.
Thanks to significant investment, the canal is now a local amenity and a wonderful area for a walk with stunning views of Tralee Bay, Blennerville Windmill and the Slieve Mish Mountains.
This photograph is of the Lock Gates on the Ship Canal at Lohercannon, looking towards Blennerville. The restored windmill and visitor centre can be seen to the left of the photograph.
Tech stuff: Camera: Fujifilm X-E1; Lens Model: XF 18-55mm f2.8-4 R LM OIS; 1000x ND Filter; Sekonic L-758DR Light meter.
The Slea Head Drive is a circular route, on the Wild Atlantic Way, beginning and ending in Dingle, County Kerry. The drive along the coast allows stunning views of the rugged Kerry coastline and the Blasket Islands.
On the left of the image, is Inishtooskert also known as The Sleeping Giant which is the northernmost of the Blasket Islands.
This and other images are available for sale on my website with worldwide delivery available.
Tech stuff: Camera: Fujifilm X-T1; Lens Model: XF 14mm f2.8 R. Sekonic L-758DR Lightmeter.
Visit my website www.kearneyimages.ie for landscape images which make ideal gifts or presentations. Available with or without frames. All printed in-house using archival paper and inks.
Can be shipped to family abroad as a Christmas present.
On Sunday I went to Dublin for the Photofest Show at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. I didn't spend as much time at the show as I had planned for, so I was returning home at a reasonable hour while there was still some nice light available. As I passed through Adare in County Limerick, I decided to stop and take some photos of Desmond Castle on the edge of the Maigue River. The river was very still which offered the opportunity of a nice refection of the Castle.
The shot was taken with a Fuji X-T1 fitted with 14mm f2.8 lens, 1000xND filter with an exposure of 12 seconds at f8. The final image was edited in Lightroom and Nik ColorEfex Pro.
Further information on Desmond Castle and how to visit it is located here.
Wishing my clients, friends and family, a very happy Saint Patricks Day 2017.
Hopefully, the weather will hold up to allow you all enjoy the day.
I am offering a 10% discount on wedding album packages booked before March 31st 2017.
This offer is valid on album packages only and does not apply to digital packages. Offer is valid for weddings taking place in Ireland during 2017 and 2018 subject to photographers availability.
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