Lighthouses of Northern Ireland

The Commissioners of Irish Lights is a corporation chartered by the Irish Parliament in 1785 and based in Dublin, it continues to operate the major coastal lighthouses in Northern Ireland and in the Irish Republic. Harbour Lights are operated by the local harbour authority. Read on for further information and photographs of Irish Lighthouses   …

The Irish Moiled Cattle

The Irish Moiled is one of our most distinctive breeds of cattle native to Ireland and more specifically they are the only surviving domestic cattle native to Northern Ireland. They have no horns and are generally red with a white line on the back and stomach. They are usually known to have a speckled face.…

The Forts of Lough Swilly

There are seven Forts guarding Lough Swilly Co. Donegal in Ireland. In October 1798, It was part of a scheme to fortify Lough Swilly and Lough Foyle against French Invasion during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. Neds Point Fort Co Donegal Ireland Neds Point Fort is one of several Napoleonic batteries built along the shores…

Promotional Video

This is our promotional video for our new Photo & Multimedia Website ‘ShutterSpeed Ireland’, We have incorporated many of the most loved beauty spots and places of interest along the picturesque Antrim shoreline. The haunting Dunluce Castle, the challenging Carrick-a-Reed Rope Bridge, and the world renown, Giants Causeway and much more. Included in the film…