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Books to read while travelling in Scotland, Norway, Iceland and Ireland

Sometimes people joke that I travel just so I can read in peace and quiet. In fact, when we set off on the Northwest Passage I packed over thirty books. It’s not completely true but I can’t set off without books to read and I especially love reading something set in the country I’m visiting. It’s also the middle of Jólabókaflóðið, or the Icelandic book flood, where most of the books are published before Christmas. With all that in mind, here is part […]

A journey through the Faroe Islands - Travel Photography Book

Print store now online – buy photographic prints of my work!

I’m really excited to announce that you can now buy framed photographic prints, photo books and travel photography calendars of my work through my online store. These are limited edition items with each having a maximum edition of only 30 impressions and make a fantastic Christmas gift – or indeed for any occasion. I’ll be continually adding to this so check back often. As always I love to get your feedback so if there’s anything you’d like to see please let me […]

Interview with Irish TV: photography, travelling and the Northwest Passage - Sibeal Turraoin, travel blogger, photographer and Arctic sailor

Waterford Matters photography and travel interview playback

Waterford Matters: photography and travel interview playback In case you missed this week’s Waterford Matters where I was speaking about photography, travelling, solo travel and the Northwest Passage you can watch it back here.

Interview with Irish TV: photography, travelling and the Northwest Passage - Sibeal Turraoin, travel blogger, photographer and Arctic sailor

On photography, travelling and the Northwest Passage – Interview with Irish TV

I will be appearing on Waterford Matters on Irish TV on Tuesday 11 October at 7pm GMT to discuss photography, travelling, solo travel and the Northwest Passage – you can watch it live here and the playback link will appear on Waterford Matters in a few weeks. So exciting!

5 Essential tips for photographing the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights

5 Essential tips for photographing the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights

Last week the skies in Iceland were buzzing with activity as the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights came back with a bang. This autumn they have really started in earnest and here are a few tips for photographing the Aurora Borealis to help you make the most of photographing this amazing phenomena. 1. Finding the Aurora Three things need to happen for there to be aurora activity: activity, darkness and a lack of cloud. Ajit Menon has written a very informative explanation to the science behind this […]

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