Posts Tagged ‘light’

willow catkin

Following the Light through the lakeshore undergrowth,

April 7, 2019

Following the light through the lakeshore undergrowth, Winter into Spring..

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Seagull Island with stripes and Plovers

May 21, 2018

Seagull Island, stripes and Plovers  Late Spring is when Seagull Island, a barren stony finger of rock, resurfaces and the Plovers make a flying visit…A new plate in progress, A two plate print to add an extra stripe and texture

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wintry spring lake view

March 25, 2018

A few days of this year’s wintry spring lake view, Lough Mask nudies..  

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morning birch

This morning light

February 6, 2018

this morning light…just before this mid-morning’s nose-biting grey sleet storm blur – good ‘ol February  

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Sun along the January lake shore scrub

January 28, 2018

    winter sun is incredibly exciting – there’s not much else going on and its low slung shots of light blast into parts usually humdrum and unstarry..

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2 dogs and bird by a pond on lakeshore

That was the summer down at the lake

September 11, 2017

Summer 2017, apparently it was wetter, colder, soggier, duller than normal. It felt like the quickest one on record anyway. On the good news front, cooler, damper weather gave lusher greener growth on the lake shore – that thin layer of soil can dry out very rapidly.

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Woodland Walk – the warm, sunny season

August 31, 2017

The ancient woodland lying in a long narrow strip against the lakeshore is flood-prone (or you could just say it gets drowned every year) and thick with Ash, Alder and Birch; hardy regenerating types. Maybe the annual soaking helps distribution and fertility – the shrub layer is chock full of hawthorn, willow, hazel, spindle, holly, […]

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Limestone Pavement, Lough Mask. A new plate

April 26, 2017

The limestone shoreline on our side of Lough Mask looks like a pavement made from slabs of exposed rock, the blocks separated by narrow, shallow fissures.  When the winter floods sink back, the lake leaves a thin film of white silt which settles into time/water eroded sharp-edged small holes or cups in the limestone. Chunks […]

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ivy wet with rain

Spring turn, wet and windy

February 27, 2017

Everything is wet and sideways with rain and wind at the turn of Spring. After the mild, dryish December-January,  February feels like winter at last!  

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Winter Grass and winter sunlight

January 30, 2017

Dry winter grass hit by wind and light

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