A couple of months back, Em of Emulsive.org got in touch to tell me that Andre Domingues, everyone’s favourite co-captain of the Negative Positives Film Photography Podcast, was going to be visiting Ireland for a brief stop-over on his way home from Photokina. Continue reading
This roll has been hanging around in the camera for a couple of months. It was summer and so black and white wasn’t getting much of a look in and I used other cameras instead.
But looking back on the pictures, there’s some cool memories of our first summer in Ireland… Continue reading
I got out for a walk on Sunday along a stretch of coastline that is known for the cliffs halfway along it. The visitor’s centre at the Cliffs of Moher attracts 1.4 million visitors each year and is one of the most visited sites in Ireland. The use of the cliffs in Harry Potter movies and as the backdrop to a load of music videos mean that they’re only going to get more popular. Continue reading
During my trip to Poland in July, I finally visited the Trójmiasto or three cities on the Baltic coast. Gdynia, Sopot and Gdańsk have an interesting and varied history and I could have spent a lot longer exploring were it not for the baking heat. As it was, I had a couple of photowalks, concentrating on specific areas that I wanted to visit.
Among them was the Zaspa area of Gdańsk. Zaspa was built on what was once the city’s airport and between the districts of Młyniec and Rozstaje, the wide concrete runway is still visible and it disintegrates under parked cars. Continue reading