Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Bryan Hanna is an award winning Irish landscape photographer from Malahide, County Dublin.

The drama and artistry of his photographs are the result of a strong eye for composition and a mastery of capturing light:

"I grew up with a camera in my hand and this turned into an obsession as I got older.

I feel a strong bond to this ancient land in which I grew up and I have a passion to capture and share its beauty and magic through my photography.
I believe in the craft of photography and I use my eye for detail to ensure the highest quality from the inception of the photograph right through to the creation of the print."

- Bryan Hanna


High Rock, Malahide
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Located between Malahide and Portmarnock this is a popular swimming and fishing spot. This image is a long exposure taken on a stormy day

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Howth Harbour Lighthouse, Dublin
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

The Lighthouse in Howth Co. Dublin taken from the west pier. I used a long exposure to smooth out the sea and create motion in the clouds.

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Mount Errigal, Donegal
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Mount Errigal the tallest mountain in Donegal reflecting in Lough Dunlewey during a colourful sunrise.

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Fishing at The Carton House, Kildare
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

A person fly fishing on the River Rye in the Carton House demesne. The boathouse is said to have been built after Queen Victoria had a dream that she was rowing on the lake at Carton so they built the boathouse before her visit to Carton House. Apparently she never used it.

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Stroove Pier, Donegal
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Stroove is Located in tip of the Inishowen peninsula Co. Donegal. The area is exposed to power the Atlantic Ocean resulting in a beautiful rugged coast.
A long exposure was used in this shot to give the sea a misty look.

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Powerscourt Waterfall, Co. Wicklow
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna
Powerscourt Waterfall is located at the foot of the Wicklow Mountains and is said to be Ireland's highest waterfall. It is pictured here in full Autumn colours.

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Bloody Foreland, Donegal
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Bloody Foreland is so called because when the sun sets it lights up the rocks a reddish hue. It is located at the very North West of Ireland at the tip of the Atlantic. The rough sea has carved out a very rugged coastline as well as very smoothed rocks.

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The Lonely Tree, Carlow
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

A rainbow over a lone tree in County Carlow surrounded on one side by a rapeseed field.

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Harvey's Point, Donegal
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Sunrise on Lough Eske. The morning sun lit up the misty lake and the surrounding area creating a picturesque scene. Harvey’s Point hotel can been seen in this photograph.

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The Gatekeeper at St John's Point, Donegal
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

St. John's Point, Donegal.

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Howth Harbour Lighthouse, Dublin
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Sunset at Howth Lighthouse. The lighthouse was built in 1817 on the end of the southern arm of the harbour.

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The Great Pollet Arch, Donegal
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

The Great Pollet Arch is huge sea arch towering out of the ocean carved from the surrounding rocks by the power of the Atlantic Ocean. A long exposure was used to give the sea a misty effect and add motion to the sky.

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White Rock, Killiney
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

A moody Sunrise at White Rock Seascape  in Killiney which is a popular swimming area in south county Dublin. A long exposure was used to blur the water and convey its motion.

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Skerries Mills, Dublin
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Skerries Mills Co. Dublin. A low angle was used to show the impressive height of the windmill. A long exposure was also used to add movement to the sky mimicking the motion of the windmills blades.

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Torc Waterfall, Killarney
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

I took this at the famous Torc Waterfall in beautiful Killarney National Park. 

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Drombeg Stone Circle, Cork
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Also know as The Druid’s Alter, the stone circle is located just east of Glandore in County Cork. It is probably Irelands most famous stone circle, dating from around c. 1100 – 800 BC. It was used for ritual and ceremony during the Bronze Age.

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Sunset at Carton House, Kildare
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

The head gillie was out fly fishing on the river while the sun was setting behind the Victorian boathouse.

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Snow at Glendalough, Wicklow
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Upper Lake in Glendalough, Co Wicklow in the snow.
These two guys tucked their heads under their wings and went asleep after taking this photo. I tried to get their attention by making noises but they were having none of it.

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Bluebell Woods, Jenkinstown
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Taken in Jenkinstown Park, Co. Killkenny. The woods were carpeted with a haze of purple as far as the eye could see.

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The Sugar Loaf, Co. Wicklow
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Taken in the picturesque grounds of Powerscourt in County Wicklow. This horse was very inquisitive and every time I tried to take a picture of him he came over too close and stuck his head in front of my camera. I had to pretend I was walking away and then turn back to take this picture and include the beautiful surrounding countryside.

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The Devils Glen, Wicklow
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

The Devil’s Glen, County Wicklow
“I see a seahorse in the pool. In the Distance are the bears and wolves.”

I spent last Sunday enjoying the start of the Autumn colours at the Devil’s Glen. The above quote is from a stone plaque at the base of the waterfall.

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Autumn in County Wicklow
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

The autumn leaves carpeted the forest floor with a golden colour creating a magical feeling. A long exposure was used to blur the motion in the water.

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Snow in Tollymore Forest Park, Down
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

Very wintery snowy day in Tollymore Forest Park, Co Down at the foot of the Mourne Mountains.
Some of the Game of Thrones TV series was filmed here, you can see why.

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The Dark Hedges, Antrim
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

The Dark Hedges are an avenue of a couple of hundred years old beech trees. The trees intertwine in the middle of the road giving the scene a magical ethereal look. This location has been used as a location for the TV Show Game of Thrones.

I shot this image at sunrise just as the sun came up and lit the side of the trees with warm early morning light.

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Great Pollet Arch, Donegal
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Photographer: Bryan Hanna

The Great Pollet Arch is huge sea arch towering out of the ocean carved from the surrounding rocks by the power of the Atlantic Ocean. A long exposure was used to give the water a misty effect.

- Bryan Hanna

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