Cranes over the construction site at the old Guy and Company site make for a striking image at night.
This was taken from the Tesco multi-storey car park, a few metres away from where I shot Clouds move at night.
Yesterday we had to bring the car for a service so I took the opportunity to travel to visit the framer in Kilbrittain and sign the border of the prints Haydn has made. The prints look great, they’re raised up from the background border and will eventually be framed in a deep frame. I hope to post photos of my visit in the next few days if I get the time to work on the photos.
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.
Three girls run past the “Finish” line after the Blarney half marathon on Sunday.
It was a funny place to put that sign as it was well behind the actual finish line. Guess they didn’t have any poles to stick it up on ..
Light trails from passing cars and street lights reflect on the calm surface of the Lough in Cork in this long exposure shot.
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.
Clouds fly across the sky in this nighttime shot of Cork City. A crane is in the middle distance, practically a symbol of the City at this stage.
The building site in the foreground is on the old site of the Guy And Company building. There’s St. Anne’s Church or Shandon Bells in the distance.
This is the side of the small gatehouse in Fitzgerald’s Park, Cork.
Imagine the scene. Out on a pier, I’m lying on the wooden beams over the low tide surf on the rocks below and I’m calling to my dog. Thankfully Oscar obliged and I made this photo as he walked towards me with his tongue half-hanging out of his mouth. There’s Jacinta in the background, she’s almost 9 months pregnant in this photo, but you probably can’t see the bump in this small image!
This was taken a few days after Adam was born and while an election campaign was in full swing. Outside Cork University Hospital a proud poster announced that Cork University Maternity Hospital opened on March 31st. I can’t remember if it did, or was it a week later, but some smart arse added “Despite the best efforts of the HSE” above the main message. An obvious reference to the bullying tactics employed to get midwifes to work in the new an under-staffed hospital.