Business men near Union Square in San Francisco. Having a good time!
An overcast and dull day in Cork a while back.
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 ..
Running in the scorching heat on Waterloo Road near the end of the Blarney half marathon.
Directing traffic on Waterloo Road.
Finishing the race in that searing heat is quite an accomplishment. Everyone received a medal at the finish.
Well done to everyone who took part!
They guys and gals at Stewart Photo Supplies really want me and lots of other photography related people to know about their photography trade show in Cork on the 17th from 11am to 7pm. Unfortunately they completely ruined their chances of a favourable mention from because of the following.
CCing the info @ mallowcameraclub.com email address along with dozens of other people and organisations. Hello everybody!
BIG BRIGHT COLOURED TEXT WAS NEVER IN FASHION AND DOES NOT LOOK PROFESSIONAL.
Anyway, there’s a photographic trade show on in Cork on the 17th of September in Moran Silver Springs Hotel. I only mention this because there are some interesting companies exhibiting there including Sony, Epson, Canon and JSP Imaging (who they linked to incorrectly, that’s their old site which a domainer now has control of).
Send a text email the next time and don’t CC everyone, please.
This couple posed for me as they walked along the Waterloo Road. I’d venture to say he probably ran the half marathon in less than 90 minutes.
We chatted for a few minutes near the finish line while runners streamed past. He finished in 1hr 26mins. Next time I’m bringing a notepad and a pen to get names!
Two lads well on the way to recovery after the half marathon in Blarney. Under the scorching sun I don’t know how they managed to run it in 1hr 35mins!
The annual Blarney Half Marathon was held yesterday under a blistering sun. Ireland enjoyed a week of superb weather and yesterday could have been the hottest. The race started at 11am and runners followed a course around Blarney, finishing on Waterloo Road sometime after noon. I have nothing but admiration for those guys. All I wanted to do was sit in the shade an enjoy a cool drink! More photos to come tomorrow.
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!
Light trails from passing cars and street lights reflect on the calm surface of the Lough in Cork in this long exposure shot.