Canon 10-22 Canon 20D Cork Doneraile Ireland People Photos

Doneraile Photowalkers

Doneraile Photowalkers

I had a busy day today. This morning I became aware that hackers had started using WordPress blogs they had previously hacked to redirect search engine queries. So I spent this morning working on a post about that hacking issue. No wonder we were late for the photowalk this afternoon.

Shown above are almost all the photowalkers. My wife isn’t included as she was in the car, but from left to right, here are the rest: Andrew, Katie, Kevin, Will, me (Donncha), and my son Adam. Adam didn’t take any photos but he was an integral part of the day! Thank you all for coming along. It was nice to see the same faces again. I’m never sure about landscape shots but I shot a few nice ones. Got plenty of deer shots too! Just before we got back to the car it started to rain lightly, and by the time we got home to Blarney the rain was bucketing down. Looks like we got the best of the day!

Shot was taken in Program mode, with fill in flash of +2EV to illuminate the wide angle view of the lens.

Aperture ƒ/5.6
Camera Canon EOS 20D
Focal length 12mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 1/80s

By Donncha

Donncha Ó Caoimh is a software developer at Automattic and WordPress plugin developer. He posts photos at In Photos and can also be found on Twitter.

16 replies on “Doneraile Photowalkers”

I have to admit I’m still tired after it. My legs feel weak from all the walking. Yes, I’m not fit or athletic.

Ironically, my brother Donal swam, cycled and ran a triathlon in Schull on Saturday.

stunning location, great company and lovely weather. can’t wait to see how everyone’s photos turned out! already looking forward to the next photowalk.

Thanks again for organising the walk Donncha, I really enjoyed it. It’s a great location and I’ll probably venture back there again when autumn rolls around. Hopefully I’ll post some photos this evening – looking forward to seeing everyone elses take on it as well.

Sorry I couldn’t make it. See a few photos on flickr and the place looks stunning. I will be back in Cork over the summer and will definitely make a trip there.

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