A few days ago i had the opportunity to take a quick walk around London, with the camera, while wait...
The 2014 - Greystones Arts and Photography (and crafts and food) Exhibition. Starting soon......
I have a range of landscape photography prints and canvases for sale in The Design Loft, Powerscourt...
Often simply known as the Sugar Loaf this hill is located in the east of County Wicklow, in Ireland, south of Bray and to the north of the Glen of the Downs Nature Reserve. It is also known as the Big Sugar Loaf, to distinguish it from the Little Sugar Loaf to the east on the other side of the N11 dual carriageway from Dublin to Wicklow. Though only 501 metres (1,644 ft) high, its isolation from other hills, steep slopes and volcanic appearance makes it appear much taller than it is. The Great Sugar Loaf is composed of Cambrian quartzite, in contrast to the rounded mountains to the west, which are made of Devonian granite. Popularly mistaken for a volcano, it is in fact an erosion-resistant metamorphosed sedimentary deposit from the deep sea.