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Crimson Sky

Crimson Sky

Hi, I have been out again to the early hours. Last night it was Malin Head in the northern most tip of Ireland. I had been planning this shoot for a while but have been holding out for the right conditions. So yesterday I was sure I was in with a chance, blue skies, high winds and most importantly some clouds. You need the clouds to catch the colour at sunset.

Now it all looked good when I set out but the closer I got to Donegal the cloud started to become thicker. When I checked the weather, my app...


Beacon - Fanad Head

Beacon - Fanad Head

I’m just back from a trip to Fanad Head in Donegal. It was the first time I have been there and it didn’t disappoint. All I can say is that Wild Atlantic Way is aptly named as it would have blown the head of you.

My journey started out on Saturday evening at 10.00pm leaving Belfast and I arrived to the dark skies of Fanad around 1.00am. My daughter asked me before I left, “Why do you do this?” during the early hours of Sunday morning I asked myself this a few times aswell. One such moment was when I...


Mist and Mystical Glendalough

Mist and Mystical Glendalough

Glendalough in Co Wicklow, this truly is ancient Ireland, an early Christian monastic settlement founded by St Kevin in the early 6th century. I have always found it a challenging place to photograph.

Chasing the light

Chasing the light

Hi, this is my latest piece of work on the Game of Thrones location theme. It took me a couple of attempts to find the right conditions. The location is Foley Bridge in Tullymore Forest Park, Co Down.

Launch of Epic Ireland Gallery

Launch of Epic Ireland Gallery

Friday marked the online launch of Epic Ireland Gallery featuring photographs by Brian Morrison. Dramatic Irish landscapes available as professional fine art prints in a selection of styles and sufaces:

Lustre Print - print only - Photographic Lustre - Fujicolor Professional DP II Lustre photographic paper.