Shooting after the sun has set often yields the most dramatic and varied colours. In this dusk scene from Ballintoy, blues, oranges and yellows all blend together.
The warm light of sunset catches the crest of these waves near Portrush.
This early September evening produced the most stunning colours of the year so far. I was sitting at home 45 minutes before sunset and noticed that the clouds in the sky over the coast were turning pink.
I jumped into the car and drove to Magheracross viewpoint and was fortunate enough to capture this dramatic scene.
Dusk at one of Northern Ireland's most beautiful beaches.
The lighthouse bathes in the warm light of sunset on a summer evening.
The west coast of Ireland is famous for its variable and unpredictable weather. On this August evening, thick layers of patchy cloud drifted in from the Atlantic, the sun's rays perforating them and illuminating the sea below.
The sun sets beyond the headland at Slieve League, Donegal
The colours of dusk.
Tourist boats approach the striking cliffs at Slieve League.
The blue tones of dusk settle over this rocky Donegal beach.
As I drove south towards Connemara National Park I climbed through a mountain pass. The variable weather fronts moving through the area were a breeding ground for rainbows and this one couldn't have been more perfectly placed!
This shallow mountain stream ran into Doo Lough, County Mayo.
The very last light of the day bathes the much-photographed tree covered island in Derryclare Lough, County Galway. The lough lies at the edge of Connemara National Park.
Kylemore Abbey couldn't have been built in a more idyllic location than this.
The Connemara mountains rise behind Pollacapall Lough, home of Kylemore Abbey.
The moon rises over Benone Strand, the Mussenden Temple silhouted on the clifftop.