Ireland – The Sheep’s Head Peninsula in Storm Franklin
I’m an occasional host of an occasional (very occasional) podcast called the Viewfinder Vikings. It started life as a show about film photography, and more specifically, photographic projects, but like everything over the last couple of years, the Viewfinder Vikings output has suffered.
Back in the day, I used to enjoy recording when I was out on a photo-trip, and we always got good feedback on those episodes. So, in this return, I’ve extended the format a little and recorded my adventures over the course of a four day trip to the Sheep’s Head Peninsula in County Cork, south-west Ireland.
In the recording above, I’ve played in some of the sounds of the trip, mostly to break up the monotony of my voice, but also to paint a bit of a picture. If you’d prefer actual pictures to go along with the story, keep scrolling down…
Gubbins: All pictures taken with a Leica M 262 and a Zeiss Sonnar 50mm f/1.5 lens.