Shot directly into the sun so as to throw everything else into shadow. I really like the curve and shape of the hill!
A simple street sign outside the hotel at Inchadoney Beach.
I was sitting on the ground photographing a group practising Capoeira in the Peace Park when I spotted a fly hovering right in front of me! Needless to say I tried to shoot him and this is the result!
The afternoon sun beats down out of a blue sky on a cold March day.
Three horses appeared in a field close to Blarney village about a week ago. At first, a mare, her foal and another horse were there, but the mare is gone now and three young looking animals are in residence. I took this photo one morning a few days ago.
One of the horses was exceptionally friendly, looking for attention and pushing the others out of the way to sniff my hand and be rubbed!
They’re lovely animals and hopefully they’ll be close to the fence next time I walk past.
Just before I got in the car to drive home I looked up.
A different viewpoint on Drawbridge Street, Cork.
Yes, I do get funny looks as I crouch or lie in the gutter taking photographs.
In Killeagh, East Cork, there’s an abandoned train station from I don’t know how long ago. According to Wikidepia it’s unlikely that the station will be restored because there isn’t enough demand. The Cork-Midleton line will however open by 2008.
While researching this post I found out that the town of Killeagh was an important place in the Fenian Rising of 1867!
All by himself, but he was enjoying the band that were playing a few feet away!