Poolbeg Chimneys Prints

The Poolbeg Chimneys are an iconic Dublin landmark, over the years they have been a beacon from air, sea and land for people finding their way home.

These are some of the pictures I have taken of them over the last decade. In summer, autumn, winter and spring from sunrise to moonrise the chimneys always have something different, and they look wonderful in print and hanging as wall art in a home or office setting.

Poolbeg Towers reflecting a colourful Summer dawn sky in Dublin Bay.

Poolbeg Towers - Summer Dawn Reflections

Poolbeg Chimneys with the Full Moon rising between them from Sandymount Strand.

Full Moon between the Poolbeg Chimneys

A cloudy sunset behind the Pigeon House in Dublin viewed from The Great South Wall.

Pigeon House Dublin - Cloudy Sunset

The Stacks reflecting on Pigeon House Road

The Stacks

Symmetrical silhouettes from Sandymount Strand of the Poolbeg Chimneys at dawn.

Symmetrical Silhouettes on Sandymount Strand

The sun setting over Dublin Bay from Dun Laoghaire pier

Sunset over Dublin Bay

Poolbeg Chimneys reflecting in calm waters at blue hour.

Blue Hour at the Poolbeg Chimneys

Dublin Towers silhouette at dawn with a colourful sky and reflecting in the sea at Sandymount Strand.

Dawn Silhouette of the Dublin Towers

A heavy spring storm moves over one half of Dublin Bay with blue skies on the other side above the Poolbeg Chimneys.

Two Sides of Spring in Dublin Bay

The full moon rising between the Poolbeg Chimneys in January 2014.

The Moon between the Poolbeg Chimneys

A calm winter evening while the tide is in on Sandymount Strand.

Winter calm on Sandymount Strand

The sunrising between the Dublin Chimneys and reflecting in the water.

The Sun between The Dublin Chimneys

The lunar eclipse dimmed through the mist sits between the Dublin Towers at Poolbeg.

Lunar Eclipse between the Chimneys

A perfect colourful reflection of the Poolbeg Chimneys on Dublin Bay at Sunrise.

Reflection Perfection at Sunrise - Poolbeg Chimneys

Across Dublin Bay towards The Pigeonhouse as the sky turns from orange to blue at sundown.

Sundown across Dublin Bay

A calm December evening on Sandymount strand, as the Dublin Towers reflect in Dublin Bay.

The Dublin Towers at Dusk

Poolbeg Chimneys colourfully reflecting in the water just after sunset on Sandymount Strand.

Poolbeg Chimney Reflections at Dusk

A Spring storm above Dublin bay in a balck and white print.

Spring Storm over Dublin Bay

The sun rising between the Poolbeg Chimneys and reflections on the tide in Sandymount Beach

Sunrise between the Poolbeg Chimneys

The moonrise in the middle of the Poolbeg Towers.

Poolbeg Towers Moonrise

Dublin Bay in black and white on a calm evening.

Calm Reflections on Dublin Bay

The Moonrise above the Poolbeg Chimneys from Grand Canal Dock and reflecting in the water.

Moonrise above the Poolbeg Chimneys

A storm rolls in over Poolbeg peninsula.

Storm above Poolbeg Peninsula

A silhouette at dawn on Sandymount Strand looking towards the Chimneys.

Dawn Silhouette of the Chimneys from Sandymount Strand

Dublin Towers reflecting brightly on the waters of Sandymount Strand.

Dublin Towers Bright Reflections

A winter fog at the Poolbeg Towers in Dublin.

Fog at the Poolbeg Towers

Foggy weather at Poolbeg Chimneys.

The Fog rolls in around Poolbeg Chimneys

A panoramic dawn silhouette of Sandymount Strand and the Poolbeg Towers

Dawn Silhouette on Sandymount Strand

The Pigeon House in Dublin as the Full Moon rises.

Pigeon House Print - Full Moon

The sun rising on a cold calm winters day illuminating the Pigeon House in Dublin.

Winter Sunrise at the Pigeon House

a very wide panoramic view of the sun rising over dublin bay while reflecting in the water

Panoramic Sunrise on Sandymount Strand

South Dublin and Dun Laoghaire panoramic limited edition - viewed from Dalkey Hill just after Sunset

After the Sunset

Standing over 207 metres tall above Dublin Bay "The Stacks" can be seen from far beyond the county limits and have a place in Ireland's heart. From one door to the next these towers go by various names, from the original Pigeon House to Dublin Towers to Candy Striped Stacks and Grandad's Chimneys, many people have different names for the two red and white towers that watch over Dublin and it's people.