Galway Landscape Photography
Galway Landscape Panoramic Photographs
Photography Courtesy of Ciaran McHugh Photography
Annaghdown Castle County Galway
This photograph was taken near the pier at Annaghdown Bay, Co. Galway, on the shores of Lough Corrib. Its was taken at sunset on an October evening in 2007. It is a panorama photograph made up of seven separate photos stitched together to form a single image.
Glassilaun Beach Connemara County Galway
This panorama photograph was taken at Glassilaun Beach in the north of Connemara late on an August evening in 2009.
Glassilaun is a sweeping beach with golden sands and glistening clear waters nestled in a bay between Tully Cross and Killary Harbour in Co. Galway.
The Long Walk from Claddagh
This panorama photograph of Galway’s famous Long Walk was taken from the opposite shore of the bay at the edge of the Claddagh. It was taken just after sun set in November.
Dusk at Dog’s Bay
Dogs Bay is a coral beach with crystal clear water just a few miles northwest of Roundstone and is overlooked by Errisbeg mountain. For this photo I waited until dusk to capture the warm post sunset afterglow. The receding tide created small rock pools which picked up some of the striking colours of the late evening sky
Lough Corrib Sheep
This photograph of Lough Corrib was taken near Clonbur in County Galway. The nosey sheep were not a planned element of the photo but their unexpected intrusion into the final shot of the panorama really makes the shot for me.
Twilight at Roundstone Harbour Connemara County Galway
This panorama photograph of Roundstone Harbour was taken after sunset on a December evening in 2009. It is made up of six individual photographs stitched together to form one image. Roundstone lies at the mouth of Bertraghboy Bay and is beautifully set overlooking the Atlantic Ocean at the foot of Errisbeg Mountain. It is one of the most stunning harbour villages in Connemara.
Landscape photographer Ciarán McHugh’s new revamped site at www.ciaranmchugh.com offers an intuitive and compelling user experience. The new site has an enhanced layout, a news blog and increased product information on each photograph.
Exploring the Irish landscape has never been easier thanks to the revamped website’s new innovative ‘Photo Map’ feature which allows users to browse a map or satellite image of Ireland to see what photographs Ciarán has taken in their area of interest.
The new site also features an improved online shop where customers can now place orders for nationwide delivery of framed photographs. For the first time Ciaran’s photographs can also be purchased printed on canvas – up to 3 meters wide for panorama photos.
Ciarán is responsible for one of the most compelling collections of landscape photography of the West of Ireland. Through his photography he aims to capture the essence of the landscape and help to renew our sense of wonderment at the natural beauty of our surroundings.
Ciarán’s work is best characterised by his panoramic photography which condense several photos of an expansive view into a one single image.
Ireland’s rich historical landscape is the inspiration for another one of Ciarán’s collections entitled Ireland’s Abandoned Ruins. This series of haunting photographs represent historic footprints of subjects from a bygone age which are being clawed back by the elements.
To celebrate the launch of his new website Ciarán is offering a 20% off sale for all online purchases for the month of March.
To explore the site’s new features, please visit www.ciaranmchugh.com
For further information or sample photographs, please contact Ciaran on +353 (0)868 510 410 or at email@example.com