Tag: ireland

Moving again

A new home! I almost always prefer living in the country, although I like to pop into my little city here every so often for a year maybe of ‘faster’ paced life. It’s great to have the best of both worlds as options. However,… Continue Reading “Moving again”

Diarmuid and Gráinne’s bed

This journey out to Clare one sunny weekday afternoon was glorious. I ended up at one of the many places in Ireland known as Diarmuid & Gráinne’s bed. Legend says that she was meant to marry the powerful (and old) Fionn mac Cumhaill, but… Continue Reading “Diarmuid and Gráinne’s bed”

Photographer’s Block

Cities typically kill my shutter-finger inspiration entirely. The sight of concrete and – sorry to say – humans and cars, ruining my shot….makes me grumpy. I am missing the green parts of the country IMMENSELY right now. To say I have itchy feet would… Continue Reading “Photographer’s Block”

Love-hearts and ferris wheels and Venus.

Although I am looking forward to more daytime shots soon, this night-time shooting is like seeing a different world. Everything is so still. You feel like the city is your secret. Last night. X

Supermoon, April 2020

The only photo that turned out ‘ok’ of the supermoon. My hands are apparently steadier than I realised! X

My town under the Supermoon

A few photos from a clandestine midnight wander around town last week under the Supermoon. Although I don’t want to see Galway in this state for much longer (or EVER again), it was pretty magical. I always thought it was the people who made… Continue Reading “My town under the Supermoon”