Whale watching Ireland 22rd June 2015

The humpback whale HBIRL#36 was seen the days before around Reen and Clonakilty Bay.

I wanted to see and if possible take photos of this species of whale as I only had distance encounters.

With Colin Barnes from Cork Whale Watch we got to see this young fellow very close.

 

The humpback whale HBIRL#36 here lunge feeding just in front of Reen and Myross. Cty Cork, Ireland

Humpback HBIRL#36 lunge feeding

Sometimes just about 3 m of the boat as he was playing hide and seek with us

The humpback whale HBIRL#36  here lunge feeding just in front of Reen and Myross. Cty Cork, Ireland

HBIRL#36 here lunge feeding 2

while it was lunge feeding just in front of Reen and Myross. Ct y. Cork, Ireland

The humpback whale HBIRL#36  here lunge feeding just in front of Reen and Myross. Cty Cork, Ireland

HBIRL#36 here lunge feeding 3

 

 

 

Tenerife January 2015

Walking in Tenerife’s beautiful northwestern part in January is very relaxing.
The temperature is around 20 degrees during the day and there’s always a beach around for a swim in the Atlantic.

Photos are straight out of the camera via mobile app, hence the dust is not removed 😉

Sunbeams over the cliff edge

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Terraced fields along the way

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The Playa Bollullo

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Beyond Bollullo a beautiful view

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In some location some Urban Ex 😉

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More to come ….

Night at the Lough in Cork

Went out for some shots around the Lough in Cork.

Following the track around which was lit by street lamps and the all around light from the street and the houses.

A nearly cloudless sky and some stars on top of this.

 

 

PhotowalkDingle

Last weekend member of the Google+ Ireland Community met up for the  G+ PhotowalkDingle . 

We followed the Slea Head Walk, a little part of the Dingle WayLucky with the weather, we got to see some amazing scenery around the Slea Head and towards the Blasket Islands.



Half Way Stop at the Tig Slea Head  Caife and Crafts with view to Coumeenoole Beach

 

And some typical local animals