Nature and Landscapes
Urban and City
This image is from the south of Ireland, a place called the ring of Dingle – an area that I regularly travel to for some days because the landscape is just so0 much different from the Dublin area. We do not really have mountains, just some hills, and the south is full of awesome landscape. For this image in particular, I didn’t actually have to do much. I arrived at a small beach just off the road and found the stones stapled in this way – minus two stones, that is. I spend about 10 min trying to balance more stones on it, but there was no way, haha. Once I was done, I thought right away on an old style picture.
Read more about this image here: http://letsimage.com/2017/04/how-to-create-an-old-photo-effect-in-photoshop-old-stones-photoshop-tutorial.html
This place is called the rope bridge in Northern Ireland. It is a relatively small bridge, but still good fun to cross as it is free hanging! I dont really like heights, but this one was actually Ok. To cross it, you had to wait for an army of tourists to cross, and they have an interesting system where groups of people have to cross one after the other.
This must be my favourite spot in the Zion National Park. Not because the rest of the park is not awesome, but the stone formations in the foreground were simply amazing in front of this massive wide view!
Somehow I feel the image would have been even better if it would have rained for some reason - but I got nothing to complain about with this one haha.