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The Proving Grounds

IMMA has become more or less that; A place to bring new or recently dusted off camera gear for a stroll around …

Flowers Made Easy

The Flowers Made Easy photowalk yesterday in Dublin went off without a hitch, thanks to all the folks at Flowers Made Easy …

Botanics

From the second Botanic Gardens photowalk that took place earlier today. Weather was quite a bit milder than the previous walk. The …

Fields of Flowers

Getting ready for the Botanic Gardens photowalk later this month. It’ll be a bit different than the January walk. A few less …

Of sunny days and foreign jaunts

A gorgeous day for photographs (of ditches) somewhere between Bleskensgraaf and Streefkerk. There was a windmill there, if that helps you locate …

Blooms

Airfield, at the beginning of the walk. Managed to get this before being run out of the way by a troop of …

Pushing Daisies

Daisies, getting on a bit. This was only a couple of short months ago. Back then, Christmas seemed like an eternity away. …

Mono Blooms

Colourful flowers; Psh, there’s plenty of time for that later on. First time out with the macro lens in quite a while. …

Table Dressing

Everything around the shop in Donadea park seems very well presented. Or at least as well presented as you can get when …

Freshness in a Cup

A cup of something fresh at Donadea. Although, I wouldn’t try drinking it. Unless it was a bet. Or I was already …

Botanic Brown

Natural (as in not squirted or dropped by one in our company) water drops on a plant at the botanic gardens in …

Botanics

An enjoyable afternoon spent at the Botanic Gardens in Dublin. Simon made the mistake of ‘loaning’ me his Canon 24mm f3.5L tilt …

The Powerscourt Mixed Bees

A bee (possibly of the mixed variety) takes flight off some lavender (thanks) as the sun shone brilliantly for once. Proof that …

Grow

Like flowers, we grow and change. Guess all you can really ask for is to be looked after by someone with caring …

Bluebells

First trip out to see the bluebells in Currabinny woods. It was getting late and the light was beginning to drop off …