Terminal 2, Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport’s magnificent Terminal 2, designed by Pascall+Watson architects, was officially opened by then Taoiseach Brian Cowen in November 2010.

Terminal 2, Dublin Airport

Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport resembles a massive alien space craft in this long-exposure night image which also captures the light trails of cars on the road which runs directly beneath this very 21st century Irish building. Photo for daa (Dublin Airport Authority)

ESB International HQ

The headquarters of ESB International is one of three large modern corporate office space developments known as Dublin Airport Central situated opposite Terminal 2.

Monochrome Building & Sky

A great photograph doesn’t have to be filled with complex detail. Sometimes, the less said, the better.

Opera House Dreamscape

The lone couple walking past Australia’s most iconic building appear to be making their way through an intense light-filled dream. And the heat was indeed intense on the sweltering January day when most other people opted for the relative cool beneath the eaves and awnings of Sydney Opera House. The Opera House is one of those buildings that pulls in visitors …

Beach Haus, Bettystown

Commanding one of the finest views over Bettystown beach is this striking architectural creation. It’s fair to say that the Beach Haus – so called because of its echoes of the Bauhaus style of design – divides local opinion. There are some who feel it is entirely out of character for the area. And there are others who love the …

Gehry Building, Sydney

This distinctive building is part of a larger complex which has been described as the architectural equivalent of “a most beautiful squashed brown paper bag.” It is in fact a section of the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, the first building in Australia designed by – who else – the great Canadian American architect, Frank Gehry. This remarkable creation is …

White Lines, Dublin

Sometimes all you need are clean white lines….. – SHOP HERE – This image is also available in large display sizes. Contact for details.

Serendipity, Barcelona

Sometimes images just fall into place. I think the word for it is serendipity. This is one from my first visit to Barcelona – many years ago now. It was taken close to the entrance of the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. What caught my eye was the bronze sculpture and how it sat nicely within the lines of ornate …