In the Glenmorangie Distillery just outside Tain earlier this year. Lovely lovely Scotch.
Coming back in to land at Newcastle Aerodrome. On the strip ready for take off, proprietor John Nugent’s 1948 US Army Cub.
Out and about again on the helicopter thanks to John Nugent at Newcastle Aerodrome. Much brighter and clearer up there this time, as you’ll find out over the coming days…
One fine day in Scotland.
The only thing saving you from a scenic yet deadly fall from the cockpit of the 1948 US Army Cub at Newcastle Aerodrome. The proprietors pride and joy.
A view of Wicklow head I’ve never had before. A massive thanks to Mike at Wicklow.TV and John Nugent at Newcastle Aerodrome for the new slant on photowalking.
Kerry, stopped to investigate. Open to correction but if I remember correctly, it’s the gap of Dunloe.
Dordrecht, over a year ago. Time for another holiday I think.
A Red Panda waiting to be handed his breakfast during the early visit to Dublin Zoo on Saturday.
It’d been so long since I last used the macro lens, I forgot what it was capable of when focusing manually.
Sculpture in the Botanic Gardens. One of the lesser barmy ones.
From the second Botanic Gardens photowalk that took place earlier today. Weather was quite a bit milder than the previous walk. The macro lens that I haven\’t used in what seems to be about 2 years came out to play again.
From the Dublin Zoo Photowalk back in July
The Cork photowalk. West Cork. Sheeps head to be exact. When people say ‘go to your happy place’ this is at the top of an ever lengthening list.
Getting ready for the Botanic Gardens photowalk later this month. It’ll be a bit different than the January walk. A few less inches of ice and snow for starters.
Getting to the summit the easy way, inside a rather small gondola. In the distance, where we started in the car park. Not pictured, where we were going. A beautiful sunny but cold day and a fantastic view awaited us at the top. The more I look at all the Scotland photos in lightroom, the more I want to go back. Soon.. soon..
Somewhere in NYC, downtown I think. Going through all the shots from New York that I still haven’t processed, now nearly a year later.
Owners waiting for the parade to start at the Stradbally steam rally last weekend.
After climbing into the cab, met this cheery chap ready to dispense technical information and little known gems of wisdom relating to the line and the train. While the other several hundred tourists were taking photos of various bells, whistles, levers and dials I talked him into doing a quick bit of modelling. Cue for today’s photo taken from Julie, who\’s also posted some fantastic chuffing (or should that be chuffing fantastic) shots.
Couldn’t help but think of The Planters Daughter when taking this. All the horror of my tattered leaving cert poetry book came flooding back. Damn you Clarke, and the rest!