“If I knew where poems came from, I’d go there.” Michael Longley.
Photography has taken over my life now. Concepts pop into my head, tormenting me until they’re realised.
I’m looking forward to printing this image onto textured watercolour paper, possibly from Permajet.
The South Monaghan Easter 1916 Commemoration Committee, with support from Monaghan County Council, unveiled a 1916 Easter Rising monument on the Market Square following a parade through the town on Easter Monday 2016.
As part of the nationwide re-imagining the Easter Rising events, members of M.A.D Youth Theatre Dundalk gave a very well received public performance at midday outside the courthouse on Easter Monday.
Driving through Dundalk tonight I spotted this multicoloured ‘yarnbomb’in the town centre. I had to pullover to grab a few shots.
Amongst the little pink bollard hats, pompom-adorned trees, woolly daffodil benches and patchwork litter bin covers were warm messages of support from the responsible parties; members of the ICA Louth Federation to celebrate International Women’s Day.
With rumours concerning the date of the upcoming General Election here in Ireland; could this morning’s other-worldly sunrise indicate that Enda Kenny and his party, Fine Gael, are engaging more than just the services of political advisors to secure another term in office?
While taking some winter shots of my favourite waterfall in Dun a Rí, I looked behind me and found this little pool quietly reflecting.