Monthly Archives: September 2011

Mizen Head Bridge

With the construction of the Mizen Head bridge finally finished, the lighthouse is now accessible to the public. The bridge is better though.

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120: Home in sepia

Take less than two weeks ago in Limerick, I took the liberty of adding a sepia tone to the image for added effect. When working with cheap medium format film from Hong Kong, you’d also get some interesting results.

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HDR: Overlooking Killarney

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35mm: Swans near Cobh

This was along the Carrigaloe Rd, shortly after crossing over with the ferry from Monkstown. Taken with the Pentax Spotmatic ( SP 1000 ).

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The bust of Tom Barry, Fitzgeralds Park

From Wikipedia: Thomas Barry (Irish: Tomás de Barra) (1 July 1897 – 2 July 1980) was one of the most prominent guerrilla leaders in the Irish Republican Armyduring the Irish War of Independence.

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35mm: The Cat who waited

This was taken from 35mm colour film that could have been expired for more than 10 years or so, it was still inside the camera I was given, which I believe was a 40 year old Pentax SP1000 that was … Continue reading

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Lee Road Waterworks / Lifetime Lab

The old Waterworks plant out by Lee Road used to pump the water from the Lee to supply Cork city since the 1760s.

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