- cafecrem (9248)
- [2005-02-20 13:35]
I can explain how pretty are your photos!!!
It's imposible to write it in words.
- NitzanCK (882)
- [2005-02-20 13:59]
Stephen, I have to take my hat off to you!
This is so beautiful, so soft, so green and calm!
Perfect composition, excellent light!
You work is very impressive, keep sharing.
Very well done!!
- thistle (9282)
- [2005-02-20 14:02]
Your lanscapes are really amazing or maybe Ireland is simply so beautiful that every photo looks great.
This one has very special atmosphere. There is something idyllic, but also something mysterious here. Maybe it's becouse of this mountain, no doubt it is very beautiful.
I love these trees in FG.
Very well done!
- PDP (11769)
- [2005-02-20 14:12]
It's definitey inspiring. I bet he is sleeping happily in such surroundings. These landscapes of yours really are a pleasure to look at, thanks for posting them. Well done Stephen.
- extramundi (13178)
- [2005-02-20 14:58]
Another beautie to look and enjoy, I hope I were there, to also smell and feel this beautiful landscape. You have an incredibly beautiful island. Regards!
P.D.: now there is very low cost flights from Santiago, I am temptated to visit GB.
- red45 (31094)
- [2005-02-20 15:17]
You are master of DOF and landscapes Stephen! I totally agree - this is not only one of most beautiful Ireland's mountain, but most beautiful I've ever saw. Your picture is perfect for postcard or calendar.
- pompey (2774)
- [2005-02-20 15:20]
Another great landscape Stephen, invoking peace and tranquility.
Good colours, depth and note.
Thanks for sharing.
- Robbrown (6106)
- [2005-02-20 16:08]
Another post card quality image Stephen it is brilliantly shot with a great DOF, i would of darkened a fraction a couple of the bright areas in the white flowered hawthorn tree's in the forgound.
I know the area slightly as my daughter owned a patch of land just off picture to the left for a while.
- marhowie (486)
- [2005-02-20 19:03]
Stephen, I like very much this vertical framing/composition that helps to dramatize Benbulben's impact. The near foreground that slopes away & downward adds to this effect IMO. Also, the FG that includes the tree with plenty of shade for the resting sheep set the mood = Excellent composition! I like it very much!!
- hummingbird24 (64)
- [2005-02-20 19:30]
Simply, beautiful and in good hands. TSF
- willie (2083)
- [2005-02-21 1:08]
Nice Stephen. Your work is superb. I never even imagined maountains in Ireland because I've never been there. TFS
- carper (8439)
- [2005-02-21 6:11]
very nice photo Stephen,
Great landscape shot, good composition of it, very nice depth, good colours, well I just like the job. Good work
- netfalls (0)
- [2005-02-21 9:35]
Great landscape, the sky could be a bit more blue otherwise not nit.
- liquidsunshine (5437)
- [2005-02-21 12:41]
Beautiful shot Stephen,
What a great sledging hill!
You really should produce a calendar of Ireland, you're shots are superb.
Thanks for posting
- livios (16942)
- [2005-02-21 21:17]
Stephen, if you keep on posting these shots, I will have to know these places you've been showing us.
Another stunning photo. Very nice pov and composition.
Once more, congratulations.
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2005-02-22 6:31]
These landscapes your posting are really very good. You really know how to capture the Irish countryside, it looks more like a painting than a photo. I like the sheep in the foreground, the composition is excellent. Well done and please keep them coming.
- Alan_Kolnik (2616)
- [2005-03-19 9:22]
Well composed view of this landmark. The trees in the foreground add perspective and depth, and the sheep sheltering under it and in the fields add interest. There is a stream near Washington, DC called Sligo Creek - I imagine that a homesick Irishman named it after this location.