Mornington
First Sighting

First Sighting

14th May 2012, 6am

Boyne Estuary at Mornington, County Meath

First sighting of the "Clipper Adventurer" as it approaches the mouth of the Boyne at Mornington.  This was the first cruise ship ever to come to Drogheda.  See some more photos here

http://www.drogheda-independent.ie/news/hundreds-turn-out-to-greet-cruise-ship-3113919.html

http://pix.ie/babarocks/album/441356 see some more photos here   !

 

 

Camera Lens Focal Length Shutter speed Iso Aperture Additional details
Canon 5D Canon17-40mm 24mm
1/80secs
100
f11

 

 


 
Clipper Adventurer

First Sighting

14th May 2012, 6am

Boyne Estuary at Mornington, County Meath

the "Clipper Adventurer" as it passes the Maiden Tower at Mornington.  This was the first cruise ship ever to come to Drogheda.

http://www.drogheda-independent.ie/news/hundreds-turn-out-to-greet-cruise-ship-3113919.html

http://pix.ie/babarocks/album/441356 see some more photos here   !

 

 

Camera Lens Focal Length Shutter speed Iso Aperture Additional details
Canon 5D Canon17-40mm 24mm
1/80secs
100
f11

 

 


 
Red Skies at Mornington...
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Red Skies at Mornington
18th August 2011, 8pm approx

Boyne estuary in Mornington.
This is a nice tranquil place to visit in the evenings, and there are usually a few fishermen here as well.
The village of Mornington on the Boyne Estuary was known as Marinestown in the 13th century.Two beacons mark the mouth of the Boyne and warn ships of the river bar at Mornington. Built during the war with o'Neill whan a Spanish invasion was feared, there is still mystery surrounding them.
Camera Lens Focal Length Shutter speed Iso Aperture Additional details
Canon 50D Canon 100-400mm 100mm 25secs 100 f22 Graduated filter (Cokin)

 

 


 

 
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