Posts Tagged: Urban

Pub of the year for sale

Pub of the year for sale

The Woodford on Patrick’s Street Cork closed some time ago. Shame really as it was a nice pub.

Aperture ƒ/7.1
Camera Canon EOS 40D
Focal length 21mm
ISO 400
Shutter speed 1/100s

Old Wood and Yellow

Old wood and yellow

The gorgeous Autumn colours contrast with the dark and rough texture of the old wood of a fence.

Shot in Quebec of course.

Aperture ƒ/5
Camera Canon EOS 40D
Focal length 10mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 1/50s

Fire Hydrant #2

Fire Hydrant 2

I shot this while showing Lloyd the A-DEP feature of his camera. Just down the road from our main meeting house.

Aperture ƒ/6.3
Camera Canon EOS 40D
Focal length 200mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 1/160s

Fire Hydrant #1

Fire Hydrant 1

So I went to Canada and took photos of fire hydrants, or fire plugs as they’re apparently known as in the US.

First of three photos taken in Quebec. I love the white fencing behind. Houses near where we stayed in Mont-Sainte-Anne were all pretty and different. Beautiful part of the country.

Aperture ƒ/7.1
Camera Canon EOS 40D
Focal length 59mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 1/100s

Moderne Lighting

Moderne Lighting

Light trails along Patrick’s Street in Cork.

Aperture ƒ/22
Camera Canon EOS 40D
Focal length 18mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 8s

Watch out! Duck! I said, “duck!”

Watch out! Duck! I said, "duck"

Geese at The Lough feeding on the ground near the water’s edge. Most have their heads down pecking at scraps but one stubbornly kept a look out ..

Heavenly Cakes

Heavenly Cakes

Some of the delicious cakes in Heavens Cakes in the English Market. Deeeellliicious!

Aperture ƒ/6.3
Camera Canon EOS 40D
Focal length 18mm
ISO 400
Shutter speed 1/100s

Take off from Quebec Airport

Take off from Quebec Airport

Quebec Airport has all you might need: free wifi, free power at some seats and even a children’s toy area for the kids to play in! Nice sunset too! 🙂

Aperture ƒ/5.6
Camera Canon EOS 40D
Focal length 125mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 1/60s

I’m Still Standing

Im Still Standing

It’s wonderful how some of the old buildings in Cork are preserved while all around them their neighbours are demolished and shiny new edifices rise. This one is of course on Emmett Place.