Tag: Monochrome

Australia (VII)

Australia (VI)

Australia (V)

Australia (IV)

Australia (III)

Australia (II)

  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

Australia (I)

 

'Winter Storm'

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…!

Protected

A Place Where Solitary Dreams And Reality Merge

Doorways To Dreams

'Ah, sure'

“Ah, Sure”

  A closer look… (see previous blogpost)

'Open Spaces'

Though Far Away, Always Near

Curlew #BirdWatchIE

  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

Persistence

#april7th #withthehomeless

    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)

“Fertile Rock”

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.

Burren Moon (I)

  December moon rising over Black Head, Co. Clare, Ireland.

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