Lough Boora Parklands

Posted on July 30, 2012, in Environment, Nature, Photography and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 51 Comments.

  1. Amazing , it must have been very difficult to scarify all the colors in favor of intensifying the mood .. the man made elements just add to the drama .. wonderful theme … well done .

  2. I am such a sucker for clouds, really great shots! Second to last shot is just excellent!

  3. What interesting abstracts!

  4. I just love this series – bravo!

  5. I love the photos! It presents so well the ‘Mystical Ireland’!

  6. I know I’m biased but these are great photos! Phyl

  7. Your capture of the sky/clouds is really beautiful.

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  9. Very cool Photos…Sepia tone is great to give it an edge….good job

  10. Brilliant set of beautifully toned pictures. Great compositions and viewpoints, and those skies…………… just a perfect day for it.

  11. Nice post! Sepia was a great choice for this series. Thanks for stopping by and liking my post at LoveMore Studio! ~ peace, Jason

  12. What lovely photos and what a fun place to shoot!

  13. Quite nice! I like the coloring. Thank you for coming by and liking.

  14. I love the imagery, poetry, mood, technique…your photography.

  15. Love the hints of blue in your sepia skies! Beautiful work.

  16. Gorgeous photos! Love the cepia tone and how you captured the beautiful shapes of the subject matter. Superb!

  17. marina kris writes

    Your compositions are stunning and compelling, Conor. 😉 I look forward to perusing more of your talent via your posted photos and journalism. Cheers!

  18. Good use of clouds in photography is a big plus, and you have done it so well.

  19. Beautiful photos, Conor…love the sepia with these.

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