Cork Photowalk Gallery (Montenotte Edition)

Almost all my photos from today’s photowalk. Photos after the jump to preserve my bandwidth! I also uploaded them to this pix.ie album

Phew. A lot there. What a great day. Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!

Aperture ƒ/5.6
Camera Canon EOS 40D
Focal length 144mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 1/200s

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  • Sheri September 26, 2009 Reply

    The blue 25B door and street love are my favs from this set. :)

  • Donncha September 27, 2009 Reply

    I love that 25B shot too, I shot it dead center to draw the eye!

  • Jamie Lawrence September 27, 2009 Reply

    As I had the telephoto attached there were plenty of shots which I saw but couldn’t take. Luckily, you’ve got them instead!

    Must go through my 170 shots sometime today.

  • Pat O Neill September 27, 2009 Reply

    Love the shots of the marina. Forgot how beautiful it is

  • Richard September 27, 2009 Reply

    Yes, the marina is amazing from the north side. I think I can see the roof of my house.

  • Pa Dinneen September 28, 2009 Reply

    Great day Donnacha, cheers for organising. Nice shots.
    Here’s my selection of shots: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pacork/sets/72157622346068121/

    Best way to view is click on a photo and then on ‘view as a slideshow’ or else just click on a first pic, then on thumbnail in right hand side to view next picture:

  • Des September 28, 2009 Reply

    A different view of the Julia !

    Also like the Marina shots.

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  • Ambrand.com November 10, 2009 Reply

    That was great a 10 minutes… the memories of Cork. The elegance of the steps, Cork needs more grand houses today, but alas we get stuck with 4 storey mini-versions of grandeur with postage stamp gardens and ultra-white footpaths.

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