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Way Out West

During this ‘extended Christmas break’ I’ve been indulging in before I start the new job, I thought I’d take advantage of the …

Last of the evening sun

What with it being the first of the year and all, I usually get the urge to do something productive, if only …

Cobwebs Away

Since moving back to Cork a few years ago, I’ve started to rediscover some of my favorite local places where I’d go …

Inch Strand

Surely there is no better way to spend a bank holiday than with friends, eating & drinking too much and taking in …

The Wilds

It’s been a little while since we were really in Kerry, not just passing through Kenmare or Killarney on a round trip …

The end of the year

As per usual, it’s been a quiet few months photography wise. The camera phone has completely overtaken the DSLR as a means …

En France; Week 3

With the lavender fields, rolling hills of Provence and daily (hourly) thunderstorms now in the rear view mirror, we were off to …

En France; Week 2

Leaving Carcassonne, today’s journey was about 350 km. In the name of it not taking all day (and because we had to …

En France; Week 1

All the convenience of getting to France, without the pain in the arse of the 3 hour motorway trip from Dublin. That …

Kilruddery Gardens

It seemed that I’d been missing opportunities to get to Kilruddery Gardens left right and center over the years we lived in …

IMMA

IMMA is and has always been too damn handy. As I have mentioned before, it literally is the neighbours front garden. If …

Fairly Inconsequential

Or so I thought anyway. Just something to pass off as an update on an otherwise run of the mill ( so …

Cornwall

After the huge trip to Italy and back (with a lot of detouring in between) last year, holidays this year were going …

From here to Italy

Or “Europe 2012; Part 1” if you prefer. Going over and trying to process the many gigabytes of video shot with my …

Offering Assistance

Wait, whats your name again? It’s only been [counting on fingers] June, July, August, September, October, November; Oh almost 6 months since …

From Crosshaven with Love

Julie heard of a ‘Vintage Market’ taking place last Sunday just outside Dublin at the ‘village of Lyons’ near Celbridge. Turns out …

Gap of Dunloe

Taken an age ago on one of the increasingly less frequent (I know, I know) romps around parts of Kerry that aren’t …

Bealach Na Ba

HD on Vimeo Bealach Na Ba, once the only road into the remote western shores town of Applecross. Now a ‘must ride’ …

War Memorial

It’s a while since I was last down in the War Memorial park taking photos. In fact the last time was probably …