We get a real pleasure seeing our photographs in print. Don’t get me wrong, the joy of backlit landscape photographs of Ireland on a desktop or laptop can be a very vivid and colourful experience. But it is something of a temporary experience, our screensavers disappear at the click of a mouse as we move on
Skerries attracts many weekend visitors. With its strong Rugby and sailing traditions in the town, means a great selection of visitors come into the town to cheer on a regatta or a match. Musically Skerries also attracts visitors for the weekend long Trad Music festival held every year. However the coastline of Skerries is probably its biggest draw. Skerries has a number of fine swimming areas and also has the attractive vistas, of its Islands, St. Patrick’s Island, Colt Island and Shennick Island to woo the visitor and local alike.
The Central Bank in Dublin Ireland moved to the Dockland campus on the North Wall Quay in 2017. Described as “Oustanding” and having a BREEAM environmental rating The Central Bank is the first BER A2 energy rated commercial development in Ireland, what a great direction, our new city buildings are taking.
The South County Dublin Coastline has always been very popular with Dublin people. There are many stops along the coast that remind us all of our childhood, whether that’stopping at Teddy’s for an ice cream or walking out the Dun Laoghaire pier, or further along the coast to the 40 foot bathing place or further a field.
Here at Nua Photography we have been busy working on a selection of corporate gifts for number of companies in Dublin, Ireland. We were asked to supply a selection of scenes of Dublin for one of our clients back in the summer time, it was quite a task to narrow down the locations. Dublin has such a wealth of Georgian squares and landmarks along with a very picturesque coastline. We came up with “The Grand Collection of Dublin” which included a selection of Georgian and modern Dublin photographs including the Samuel Beckett Bridge and of course the Ha’penny Bridge and Grand Canal.
The beautiful campus of University College Cork founded in 1845 should definitely be on everyone’s list of places to visit while in Cork. The campus has to be the most attractive place for learning in Ireland. From the Western Road and passing the East lodge leads to a lush tree lined walk into the UCC campus.
Lough Key Forest Park has to be the one of the loveliest highlights of our inland counties in Ireland. In the 12th century the lake was called Lough Ce and was ruled by the McDermott clan. They had a castle on an Island on the lough now called Castle Island which must have offered excellent protection from raiders.
Dublin landmarks unlike many cities are spread far and wide in Dublin city. From the hellfire club in the Dublin mountains to the forty foot swimming place on the south coast, so it’s hard to pick our most treasured landmarks.
Rockabill Lighthouse is situated off the north Dublin coastline, visible on the horizon from Balbriggan Skerries Loughshinny and Rush. Locals have a real bond with the rocks, though its admired from mostly from afar, It is a local Landmark for the people of Dublin and the North County Dublin community.