Friday, March 30, 2012

Evening near Cooncrome Harbor

 On the 29th March 2012 we picked a fine evening for a photo walk near Cooncrome Harbor, setting out from the old peat factory Caherciveen and working our way up the loopwalk.

Cooncrome Harbour

Evening clouds

Violet Sky

Dead tree after sunset

Caherciveen with bridge to Over the Water

Colors and Tree

The old peat factory

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Marina, Caherciveen, Co.Kerry.

While driving to Caherciveen spotted this beautiful double rainbow and luckily camera was in the car. It was disappearing quick so grabbed a few shots. I think its my first sight of a rainbow that gave the full half circle but didn't quiet capture it properly. Caherciveen Marina is a pettty spot and lovely for a stroll.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Tulips, Aghatubrid, Co.Kerry.

The first tulip in my garden. Taken late evening so not so clear due to long shutter speed, gentle breeze and lack of patience. Any info on how to improve these shots grateful.  Cannon 450D F.13, Aperture priority.

Evening at Portmagee Co. Kerry.

A rainy Evening at  Portmagee  and a wet lense produced this lovey rainbow effect.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

St.Patricks Day in Sneem, County Kerry.

St.Patricks Day parade in Sneem, County Kerry. Sneem is located on the Ring of Kerry and always worth a visit with its colourful houses and nice scenery.

Saturday, March 17, 2012

St. Patrick´s Parade in Caherciveen


It surely will be a great parade on a great day


Not from Planet Utopia but from Iveragh´s bees

The Queens of two Kingdoms

For St. Patrick´s sake,  there are nice pigs in Kerry

Two men in love wit a red machine

Up the Harp!

A bum wit a message
All pictures © Franz Schenk

Waterville strand, South kerry.

Blue hour at Waterville beach below the promenade. A beautiful place to view the lights of the village. Photos taken with a cannon 450D Av priority F.8, focal length 16mm.

Friday, March 16, 2012

Rain again at Portmagee

Last night a steely lady and three water resistant gentlemen from the South Kerry Camera club met on the rain swept pier of Portmagee  harbor for a few shots during a watery blue hour. Most important equipment was the plastic bag to protect the camera and lens and the hot port afterwards.

Unloading the catch at Portmagee harbor

Lights at Portmagee harbor

Main street of Portmagee, seen from the pier

Moorings bobbing in the harbor