Cycle to School

Some of the many, many, many many many bikes littered around the grounds of Trinity College. Some appear in active use while others… well, not so much.

All Natural

May 4, 2009 Canon 5D, Dublin

The side of a building. A building with air conditioning. Or something else that needs very large aluminum pipes. I dunno, I’m not a bloody engineer…

Trinity Filmathon

The often overlooked detail of Trinity college on a great Sunday for tourists. Seems like we’re getting back to the time of year when every day is a great Sunday for tourists. I often overlook Trinity myself but it’s such a great spot for different types of architecture to engage the lens and/or the brain. That and it’s on everthings doorstep. If you live in Dublin. City. Forget I said anything. Actually, anyone up for a Trinity meetup? Apply within.

Up The Walls

February 18, 2009 Canon 24-70, Canon 5D, Dublin, Macro

Climbing the walls before the blog awards in Dublin last year. Then, not so much. Mmmm, pints.


January 25, 2009 Canon 24-70, Canon 5D, Dublin, Event

One of the many photogenic spots in Trinity college grounds in Dublin city. Taken while strolling around with some fellow photobloggers.


December 14, 2008 Canon 24-70, Canon 5D, Dublin, Event, Macro

Surprising that a grade B item would be installed in such a prestigious place as Trinity college! Obviously an oversight on the part of the facilities management. Taken while strolling around the grounds before the blog awards earlier this year. Well, taken before disappearing off to the pub at the slightest sign of moisture falling from the sky before the blog awards earlier this year. Disgraceful!

The Honan

The Honan Chapel on the grounds of University College Cork is (if I’m not mistaken) probably one of the busiest wedding locations in Cork. But hold on now, before you go booking the picturesque setting for your big day, you have to be either a student, a graduate or a staff member. It’s probably the most ideal location as far as wedding photography is concerned. A thirty second walk from the church door and you’re within spitting distance of allRead More