Monthly Archives: July 2012

What are you doing this Saturday?

While most people will probably be escaping from Dublin for the bank holiday weekend I will be going against the flow and heading to the capital this Saturday to speak about creativity at Flight of ideas, A live conversation on creativity. … Continue reading

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The Flight of ideas!

If you are in Dublin next week on Saturday the 28th of July, come along to Roasted Brown cafe at the film base, Curved street Temple bar, where I will be speaking at Flight of ideas, a live conversation on … Continue reading

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If ever you go to Dublin town.

    Ireland’s eye seen from Malahide, Dublin bay.  Since last Friday’s post, Dún Briste, which was featured on Freshly Pressed, I have been inundated with hits here on my blog.  I have had a lot of interest in the two remaining … Continue reading

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Broadhaven Bay.

Broadhaven Beacon, Bellmullet Co Mayo I’ve been busily processing files today from the last couple of days shooting.  Yesterday I spent the day checking along the coast of North Mayo from the area of the Ceidé fields to Belmullet and … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s tip. Taking better landscapes.

                                           lone tree outside Briancon, France. Use a tripod:  your landscape photography will benefit from using a tripod.  You will … Continue reading

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Downpatrick Head.

Dun Briste, Downpatrick head Co. Mayo. I have often driven through Ballycastle Co Mayo and looked out at this magnificent sea stack but never had the time to go and see it so the other day I decided it was … Continue reading

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Summertime and the living is…

Before we left France last month, several of our friends asked us were we mad moving back to an Irish summer, I had to point out that you rumors of an Irish summer were a complete work of fiction but … Continue reading

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