I took this in Slish Wood, Sligo and it's probably one of my most unusual images. Moss overhanging an oak tree deep in the forest had gathered rain into droplets that were suspended in it. Black and white does it more justice than colour and really brings out the textures.
I found that these too portraits worked much better together than apart, although I personally really like both they seem to tell more of a story together. This was a beautiful white horse in Mullaghmore that didn't seem to mind me getting as close as I did!
This is a macro photograph of a lace flower in autumn as it fades away. It has a beautiful and delicate lace structure that remains until the flower falls to the ground and eventually decays. This is taken against a beautiful green mossy background in Sligo, Ireland.
This is a black and white macro of a Bluebell, technically called Hyacinthoides non-scripta. Although these are a beautiful purple and blue colour their texture and lines are amazing for black and white photography.