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~ EARLY MORNING ON DERRYCLARE LOUGH ~

Taken in the Connemara National Park Co/Galway Ireland
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~ EARLY MORNING ON DERRYCLARE LOUGH ~

Taken in the Connemara National Park Co/Galway Ireland
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~ RENCONTRE EN FORÊT~ ( Forest Encounter)

By :  www.francebluebirdphotography.com

 I took this photo in 1984 with a Nikon FM2 and 400mm f/5.6 SIGMA zoom, 35mm Kodak Ektachrome film, in the Rambouillet Forest France in the sunrise, and converted to Digital file. I took this shot the last day of four days photos trip in the forest during the Rutting Period, sleeping in a tent and taking photos of the Deers and Birds all around. This image, not the best quality ( lot of noise ) is very special to me because it was the beginning of my passion for photography, but I like the light and the atmosphere that this picture puts across. 

Rambouillet Forest is the largest vestige of what was once the immense Yvelines Forest. In the time of the Gauls, it extended from the Beauce region to the outskirts of Paris and the Fontainebleau massif. Today, Rambouillet covers 14,735 hectares.
Featuring many types of natural settings and different tree species, the forest plays an important ecological role and provides an enjoyable outing for the millions who visit the area each year.
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~  EARLY COLD MORNING ~

I took this photo  early morning in January 2010 in Galway city, Ireland.
It was a very cold and freezing day, I was going to take the bus to Dublin around 6 am , and I had my camera with me, the scene with the public light through the trees and the icy branches give to this image a particular atmosphere and little mystery  too, I  took the shot as I am in rush also I don't have a tripod and I took the shot at high iso setting...but I am happy with the final result, I used the basic post editing in my Lightroom to edit the image, as I always  don't like to modify too much my photos in Photoshop to keep them the most natural as possible ( see my profile: About) .


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 ~ EARLY COLD MORNING ~

I took this photo  early morning in January 2010 in Galway city, Ireland.
It was a very cold and freezing day, I was going to take the bus to Dublin around 6 am , and I had my camera with me, the scene with the public light through the trees and the icy branches give to this image a particular atmosphere and little mystery  too, I  took the shot as I am in rush also I don't have a tripod and I took the shot at high iso setting...but I am happy with the final result, I used the basic post editing in my Lightroom to edit the image, as I always  don't like to modify too much my photos in Photoshop to keep them the most natural as possible ( see my profile: About) .

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~  EARLY COLD MORNING ~

I took this photo  early morning in January 2010 in Galway city, Ireland.
It was a very cold and freezing day, I was going to take the bus to Dublin around 6 am , and I had my camera with me, the scene with the public light through the trees and the icy branches give to this image a particular atmosphere and little mystery  too, I  took the shot as I am in rush also I don't have a tripod and I took the shot at high iso setting...but I am happy with the final result, I used the basic post editing in my Lightroom to edit the image, as I always  don't like to modify too much my photos in Photoshop to keep them the most natural as possible ( see my profile: About) .


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~ FIRE ON GLENDALOUGH ~

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Glendalough (Irish: Gleann Dá Loch, meaning "glen of two lakes"). The combination of stunning scenery and fascinating monastic history makes for an outdoor experience not to be missed.

Glendalough valley was carved out by a glaciers during the ice age which formed the two lakes from which Glendalough gets its name. The upper lake being our venue.

In Irish mythology as with many of our Irish lakes Glendalough has also had an unwanted visitor in the form of a monster which lived in the upper lake. This creature was preying on the local congregation which was growing due to the popularity of Saint Kevin. The feeling among the people was in favour of killing the creature but Saint Kevin, an animal lover, would not let this happen. But,luckily for us, Saint Kevin entreated the creature to move to the lower lake where it lived feeding on the sickness washed from the livestock that were driven through the lakes by the locals.
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~ FIRE ON GLENDALOUGH ~

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Glendalough (Irish: Gleann Dá Loch, meaning "glen of two lakes"). The combination of stunning scenery and fascinating monastic history makes for an outdoor experience not to be missed.

Glendalough valley was carved out by a glaciers during the ice age which formed the two lakes from which Glendalough gets its name. The upper lake being our venue.

In Irish mythology as with many of our Irish lakes Glendalough has also had an unwanted visitor in the form of a monster which lived in the upper lake. This creature was preying on the local congregation which was growing due to the popularity of Saint Kevin. The feeling among the people was in favour of killing the creature but Saint Kevin, an animal lover, would not let this happen. But,luckily for us, Saint Kevin entreated the creature to move to the lower lake where it lived feeding on the sickness washed from the livestock that were driven through the lakes by the locals.
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~ FIRE ON GLENDALOUGH ~

Photo by : www.francebluebirdphotography.com

Glendalough (Irish: Gleann Dá Loch, meaning "glen of two lakes"). The combination of stunning scenery and fascinating monastic history makes for an outdoor experience not to be missed.

Glendalough valley was carved out by a glaciers during the ice age which formed the two lakes from which Glendalough gets its name. The upper lake being our venue.

In Irish mythology as with many of our Irish lakes Glendalough has also had an unwanted visitor in the form of a monster which lived in the upper lake. This creature was preying on the local congregation which was growing due to the popularity of Saint Kevin. The feeling among the people was in favour of killing the creature but Saint Kevin, an animal lover, would not let this happen. But,luckily for us, Saint Kevin entreated the creature to move to the lower lake where it lived feeding on the sickness washed from the livestock that were driven through the lakes by the locals.
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