I am touring Australia for almost two months with a good friend; the Irish musician Luka Bloom. It’s his 13th tour Down Under. It’s a rare treat to be part of it. For full concert info check out http://www.lukabloom.com My instrument is a camera, the music is within the
Winter Has Arrived
There are two ways to tell winter has arrived, besides the cold winds. The size of the waves and that I have returned to the edge between land and sea of Co. Clare with my camera. It’s been a long time coming. A bit rusty but oh the joy…!
A Place Where Solitary Dreams And Reality Merge
Doorways To Dreams
A closer look… (see previous blogpost)
Though Far Away, Always Near
The Curlew has become a rare sight in Ireland. Birdwatch Ireland calls for our help. They believe only a few hundred pairs are left in the country. It was my first time to see them. I was fortunate to have a few of them visiting for a little week.
It’s Quiet Now #beastfromtheeast
I’ve been encouraged by Luka Bloom to join in with singers, poets and artists alike to create in their own unique expression a piece of art in solidarity for the homeless and in support of the campaign being initiated by the newly created National Homeless and Housing Coalition
As I Was In Ebb
Is It Beautiful Or Is It Bleak?
In a new place With a new a scenery. Maybe, Just maybe Embarking on something That could be a new life. I’m not so sure. Was I ever? ~ (first shot with a new little Leica friend)
Sometimes all it takes is a song (and a camera)… and deep friendships. “Ah, the travels of songs. I love how some songs seem to grow mystical wings and find themselves landing in exotic places……….like Denmark. Fertile Rock comes from 1992, during a time when people gathered to protect a
Burren Moon (II)
I hiked to the top, on my way back down I turned around and this sight met my eyes… December moon rising over Black Head, The Burren, Co. Clare, Ireland.