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My passion is photography of nature, architecture, and culture events.

Carlow Attractions
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Carlow Lonely Tree

Carlow Lonely Tree is one of the most photographed tree in Carlow County. It is probably the second most Famous Tree in Co. Carlow after The Liberty Tree (located in the centre of the Carlow Town). This Famous Tree is called Carlow Lonely Tree because it stands alone among farmland, the only one and around […]

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Spring`s events

Daffodil Day & Flowers of March

Every months I will take a photos of the flowers which I will find during my sightseeing in County Carlow and around Carlow. Flowers of February was Snowdrops and Crocuses. Flowers who represents March are Daffodils, sometimes called jonquils or narcissus, are the birth flowers for March. Because they bloom in early spring, they symbolize […]

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Swans and Sunset over Barrow River

Today, it has been exactly a year since I came back to posting on my blog systematically. That was great decision, taking photos and doing this blog made me happy in this difficult pandemic time. I have a big library of my photos taken since 2014, so I can continue blog even in a lockdown […]

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5km
Around Carlow
County Laois
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View over Carlow Town from the Killeshin Hills

On a clear day, be sure to go up the Killeshin Hills, where you’ll be treated to a spectacular view of Carlow town. It’s equally impressive by night. This viewing point is situated just a few minutes drive from Carlow town centre. Killeshin is a small village in County Laois, situated five kilometres west of […]

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Flowers of February

Snowdrops and Crocuses are one of the earliest flowers, they starts flower already in January and February, and look particularly spectacular. Snowdrops have been known since the earliest times under various names, but were named Galanthus in 1753. The “milk flowers” because their latin genus name is Galanthus comes from the Greek and gala meaning […]

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Irish Lambs

First sign of Spring coming, in the middle of January. The little lambs appear on the pastures, which I love to photograph. Little lambs are born only in spring. It is conditioned by a hormone – melatonin, which is produced by sheep at night and plays a key role in the sheep’s reproductive process. In […]

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Evening photo walk through the Carlow Town

Late Afternoon and evening is a good time of the day to photo walk. Especially in Winter when Christmas Lights switch on and Carlow town looks magical. I enjoy to walk through its main streets. And to see attractions like Liberty Tree, Wellington Bridge, Town Hall and Carlow Castle in the evening scenery. Below photos […]

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A little bit of greenery & nature from my backyard

In Ireland greenery is all over the year. Only the tint of green change during the four seasons. I`am lucky I can live close to nature and I love to take photos of nature. Sun, blue sky and a little bit of flowers from my backyard. Below photos taken in April 2020. A little bit […]

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Photo walk through the streets of Carlow

Photo walk through the streets of Carlow on sunny Sunday, 26th of May 2019. Dublin Street, Tullow Street, Tully`s Bar, view from Burrin Bridge for Carlow Castle, Art street, St Mary Church of Ireland, bughotel, Scraggs Alley Pub, The Tullow Gate Wetherspoon.

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Pink & white irish Spring

Pink and white, this two colors dominate in my backyard in April. Especially pink magnolias are my favourite flowers at this time of year in Ireland.

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Snow in March at Carlow Town

Snow in Carlow, Ireland is a very rare phenomenon ❄?☃??? In 2018 snowing once day after St. Patrick’s Day. In 2019 snowing also in March (3th of March). Below my photos from snowed Carlow Town from 16th March 2018.

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Autumn`s events
Carlow Culture
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The best dressed Halloween window in Carlow Town

Defenitly the best and the most spooky, scary, scrumptious Halloween window I ever seen was in Sue Ryder Charity Shop on Dublin street in Carlow town. They called it “Dinner for two … “ I was a volunter in Sue Ryder Charity Shop this year and I had oportunity to help to decorate Halloween window. […]

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Colours of September

In Ireland September is full of colors. Yellow, orange, red and green are dominant colours. When the weather is sunny September is really beautiful in here. Some examples from my backyard below. There are beautiful rowanberries, garden roses in a many pink and red tint. But chestnuts I found in Hanover Park in Carlow town. […]

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