Turlough Hill Panorama
A shot of Turlough Hill upper & lower, one of Ireland's few hydroelectric power stations.
Grianán of Aileach
A ring-fort perched on the edge of Donegal, with the Bluestack Mountains in the distance. Dating is hard, but it is somewhere around 3700-4000 years old.
The Writing on the Wall
A room in the rather bizarre Casa Loma, a mansion in Toronto Canada.
The Spire Awakens
The Spire in Dublin was irradiated -- visually, at least -- for the release of The Force Awakens.
A Customed Mystery
The Custom House in Dublin on a foggy evening.
The beach at Nice, France, from the Tour Bellanda.
The helipad at Ballycotton Lighthouse, with Ballycotton itself in the distance.
Watch the World Burn
A couch at Lexington Reservoir, California, at the height of drought weather. Presumably and hopefully well covered over by water now.
Smeary New York
A slightly smeared New York from the top of the Empire State Building.
Neither rain nor snow.
Waiting To Walk
Waiting to cross the New River Gorge Bridge in West Virginia, USA. This is a pedestrian-accessible walkway along the approximately kilometer-length bridge.
New River Gorge Bridge
Wonderful engineering. A kilometer-length bridge in West Virginia, U.S.A.
It goes jingle-jangle across the bay of the village in North Dublin.
From the 13h Floor
A view of the Grand Canal Dock DART station from the 13th floor of a nearby building.
Dough Castle & Bridge
The almost totally ruined Dough Castle (1306) by Lahinch Golf course lurks under an impressively threatening sky.
San Francisco from Treasure Island, under threatening skies.
A shot from the now decommissioned Big Wheel outside the Point Depot, showing a patchwork of rails (used to deliver new DART carriages, now decommissioned), road, and grass.
Pacifica Pier Stretch
A pier in Pacifica, San Francisco, stretches into the (appropriately named) Pacific distance.
The historic Pennsylvania Railroad Fruit Auction & Sales Building, also known as the Pittsburgh Produce Terminal. Now slated for some kind of development.
A portion of Dun Laoghaire East Pier, looking towards Howth.