Hello to VR support on WordPress.com

I’m delighted to see that support for 360 and VR images has now been added to wordpress.com. I can now integrate my 360 images with the rest of my work. Here’s a couple of images I made last Saturday (10th Dec 2016) on Sir John Rogersons Quay in Dublin, Ireland. Click on one of the…

Minus one, plus one

There are some things we do well in Meath, and fog is one of them. I was out for a few hours earlier, and it was bloody cold. Got home, lit the fire and made a big dinner of steak and roasties and I was about to sit down and get cozy when I looked out…

Parklife

I wandered up to the top of Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre car park on Saturday afternoon, to see what I could see. I had nowhere better to be, so decided to stick around for an hour or so to catch the sundown. It was beautiful, and a little surreal. Although I didn’t record many people…

Early bus

The forecast has been promising snow this week, but it hasn’t yet materialised in my part of the world. I’ve left the bike in the garage and taken the bus and dart to work instead. Each morning I get up, look out the window and see that it’d probably be fine on the bike, but…

The em, spire strikes back

Some of you may have heard by now, there’s a new film out called ‘Star Wars’. 😉 It may not be perfect, but I really enjoyed it, and I can’t remember another film that everyone in my family enjoyed as much. To celebrate the launch, the Spire on O’Connell Street in Dublin has been lit…

Right place, right time

Today’s started well. It may not keep it up, but it was pretty fab out there this morning and I was lucky enough to have time for a walk on Sandymount beach. According to my phone, it’s 13 degrees at the moment, and it definitely feels more summery than wintery. Carpe diem.

Great South Wall

I’m not getting many opportunities at the moment to get out and take photos, but I have managed to pop down a couple of times to the South Wall, cos it’s near work and on my way. There a small, but nice little beach along the road to the wall, and it’s a nice walk…

Letting the traffic go by

Here’s a few shots taken on Sandymount beach back in early November. With rush-hour in full effect on the coast road, I waited it out on the beach.

Sandy selection

Here’s a mix of shots and a couple of timelapse videos taken on Sandymount beach over the course of a few lunchtimes in the past few weeks.

They only come out at night

Here’s a few more shots around Dublin, taken on tuesday and thursday night this week. If you are interested in purchasing prints or usage rights for any of these shots, I’d be happy to discuss it!

King of the castle

Caught this guy on the way across the Sean O’Casey Bridge this morning. He’s got the sun shining outta his …

Flat surfaces and bright lights

Didn’t have a tripod with me on friday evening, so I was looking for flat surfaces to put the camera on. Most walls, bollards and railings around Dublin seem to have curved or bevelled tops, but I found a few flat bits to take a few long exposures. The shot I set out to take…

Time to shine

Dublin is quite pretty at night, when the colour is switched on. The glow in the sky, creamy blur of light and soft smudges of clouds are always a nice surprise, when the shutter closes after a long-exposure. If you are interested in purchasing prints or usage rights for any of these shots, I’d be happy…

Soft day, thank God

We had one of those Meath winter days on Sunday. The kind where you can’t see 10 feet ahead of you. Everything goes spooky, and quiet. When you wander into a field, you quickly lose touch with the modern world, and it’s like stepping back in time.