A cyclist races across across an almost empty junction in San Francisco.
I just love the sign on top of the building. Totally out of place amid the beautiful architecture and detail of it’s resting place.
Four runners who took part in today’s half-marathon in Blarney rest after their ordeal. They were too out of breath to talk but kindly consented to having their photo taken.
More photos to come tomorrow!
The Mayor of Mallow, Cllr. Noel O’Connor at Mallow Library at the start of the Mallow Camera Club photography exhibit.
Members of Mallow Camera Club and the public gather at the photo exhibit in the Library.
Sean O’Riordan talks about the trip to South Africa with the Niall Mellon Township Trust.
My photo of Brendan O’Carroll in the top left!
The photography exhibit last night was a great success. I don’t think there were any sales, but it was nice to see everyone again, and the number of babies prompted a few people to comment that the club should get a creche in ..
John Doheny has updated the original announcement post with more photos. Thanks to Damien and Donal for linking back to my post. Hopefully someone will remember over the next few weeks that the exhibit is in the library and pop in for a look!
No parking between signs .. hotel guests with big bags approaching. Handle with care!
Shot outside the hotel the out-of-towners in Automattic stayed in while in San Francisco!
A year ago I photographed this man holding the sign saying Jesus Christ Loves You in San Francisco. Amazingly he’s still in the same spot. That’s dedication for you!
The logo on his shirt, "Bull’s Tavern" caught my eye as we waited on the sidewalk for the lights to change.
This is near Union Square in San Francisco. Check out the Macy’s sign! Shopping heaven for those so addicted.
This used to be an electricity switching station for the trams that traveled around Cork city and suburbs many years ago.
Mannix and Culhanne on Washington St, Cork.
Shih Tzu dogs love to play ball! We only found this out after a dog trainer came to the house and “ruffled his fur” a bit and in the process Oscar became a lot more relaxed.
Now he adores playing ball and even one mention of, “where’s the ball?” and his tail wags and he looks up expectantly for the ball!
This was a bit of an experiment. I’m not so sure how this will look on the web, but full screen the textures of the grass and his fur contrast nicely – rough, hard, and sharp versus soft and cloudy. Not your usual pet photo but why be boring and ordinary eh?