Assumpta, 03/12/1950 – 30/12/2002 While walking along the path in Drake’s Pool and enjoying the sunset we came across this plaque in the ground next to a bench. “You are the wind upon my face. You inspired me with your grace. You are the wind upon my back. You keep telling me do not look …
Chain Link A huge link in a mostly submerged chain. If you looks carefully you’ll notice the trapped bottle of mineral water visible between the rusted metal! This was shot only a few feet from the boats in the previous shot.
The Boats of Bantry Boats tied up at the quay in Bantry two weeks ago. Bantry was once criss-crossed with waterways like Venice is today but those are long gone. The sea is still an important part of the culture of the town. If you’re interested in the history of the region, here’s a page …
Skibereen or Hospital A sign in the foreground of the main square in Bantry, Co. Cork. We went to Ahakista eventually! This is made from one exposure but I had this great looking sky and underexposed buildings and ground detail. To get an even exposure I split the photo using two layers and adjusted the …
A Life Line A life ring may save your life some day.
Moynihan’s Poultry A long exposure shot in the English Market in the vicinity of one of the many chicken meat shops. The camera was set to f/8.0 and placed on top of a wall. In this semi-dark passage the exposure was 1/4 second blurring the passing people nicely but capturing the relatively motionless shop keepers.
Kay O’Connell Kay O’Connell’s is probably the biggest of the fishmongers in the English Market, Cork.
Handing it over I expect there are three generations of one family here: grandmother, mother and child. A moment in time captured on Paul Street, Cork.
Yeah! I’m in town! A girl on the phone in Dawnt Square Cork, dressed in the height of youth fashion: the obligatory tracksuit!
Cone and Barrow A workman lifts his wheelbarrow on Grand Parade, Cork a few weeks back. No more Fred photos yet, I’ve been way too busy, and we’re headed to the Spiegeltent tonight to see Mick Flannery so tomorrow will be another street shot!