Avid readers of this blog (are there any other kind?) will remember a post at the end of July about my walk up Croagh Patrick on Reek Sunday, the annual Catholic pilgrimage here in Ireland. It was an amazing experience, with 15,000 people walking up a mountain to celebrate mass. I tagged along and took a set of pictures that I finally got around to putting out as a zine.
The moral of this story is to always make the most of your photographic opportunities… Continue reading
I stumbled across Killone Abbey on GoogleMaps recently when planning some other excursion. Being just a few miles from home, Emily and I nipped over last Sunday afternoon and took a wander through the conker trees and cattle, accompanied by a roll of Kodak Tri-X that needed using up…
A while back, I made a bit of noise on Emulsive and via an email to the Sunny 16 Podcast about photographers talking more about photographs, and less about gear. Leading by example, I tried my hand at a book review and tried writing about one of my favourite photographer’s work.
Well, here we are again… Continue reading
It’s very rare that I’ll ask a stranger for a picture, but whenever I have, the stranger has always obliged. Continue reading
This morning, my wife decided that she would take my mother-in-law to a show in Nottingham. I was invited along, but an unspoken understanding ensured that I would do something else while they enjoyed ‘Singing in the Rain’. Continue reading