10 Breathtaking Northern Ireland Panoramas

June 20, 2013

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Jane

In our first In Focus feature – we catch up with Ian Gazzard, a landscape photographer from County Down. Ian’s work captures the natural beauty of Northern Ireland’s great landscapes. Ian, the owner of 54 Degrees north Photography which specializes in panoramic photography explains; “I love this format as it encompasses and captures an entire view enabling my prints to be enlarged to a grand scale and allow the finer details to emerge”

Check out Ian’s spectacular panoramic images from across Northern Ireland.

View over Belfast from Cavehill

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Dunseverick, Co. Antrim

Giant’s Causeway, Co. Antrim

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Island Hill, Strangford Lough

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Kinbane Castle, County Antrim

Mourne Descent, Co. Down

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Mussenden Temple, County Londonderry

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Trassey River, Mourne Mountains

Lough Erne, County Fermanagh

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Mahee Island, Strangford Lough

You can find out more about Ian’s images here and pick up a few poniters on capturing stunning landscape images: discovernorthernireland.com/blog/northern-ireland-landscapes/

We love seeing your photos of Northern Ireland – if you have some images of Northern ireland you would like to share with us – get in touch: digital@nitb.com

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