Howth Harbour

Posted on October 21, 2012, in Dublin, Photography, Travel and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 45 Comments.

  1. Lots of lightning rods in that harbor. Wonder if that is a sailing club.

  2. Love the colours in this shot – the reflected vapour trail is awesome too! 🙂

  3. An excellent capture.. gorgeous tones.

  4. The texture of the masts against the fading sun, the gorgeous blues separated by the golden light, and especially the mirroring of the jet trail in that glimmer-glass water – all this adds up to a wonderfully potent photo.

  5. Beautiful. After reading the comments I had to go back and look again. I missed some of the great details, like the vapour trail. Well done!

  6. Fantastic image Conor! Love the jet contrail!

  7. Beautiful – what a clear night..the reflections are amazing. The good old blue moment!

  8. The colours in this one are really amazing, love it!

  9. Stunning picture Conor!
    And thanks for the lovely reply.
    Hope you keep my updated about the artist’s work!


  10. Conor this is a spectacular photo of Howth Harbour!! OMG, Well done!! I love it – it is so good I would have it blown up above my fireplace if I could!

  11. Lovely composition. Really like the orange glow just above the boats, it almost seems as if they’re glowing.

  12. The reflected contrail just makes the image. Beautiful.

  13. Omg without the title I don’t think that I would have guessed that this beautiful tableaux is actually a busy harbour! It’s such an awesome shot!

  14. Beautiful blue hour shot. I love the way you’ve composed this and the reflections are super.

  15. Amazing…… Absolutely love it, the the shadows and contrast in colours, very nice! 🙂

  16. Thanks Mindy! For the kind words and bringing me back to your page to see your fantastic images. I love the macro work with the leaves 🙂

  17. Reblogged this on chaotiqual.

  18. Wow… No waves at all – I never would have guessed that water in ireland could be so still. Great pic!

  19. Nice colours 😉

  20. Exquisite, Conor. The lines, light and contrasts are stunning.

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