Tag Archives: Donal Moloney

For your consideration.

The life-affirming follow up to Donal Moloney’s documentary on his friend Martin’s homeless odyssey.

In fairness.

Donal Moloney (Facebook)

Previously: For You Consideration: Martin




Last night.

Dublin

The Halloween parade from Macnas, world-renowned pioneers of imagination and invention.

Their parade, Memory Song, marked the end of the Bram Stoker Festival.

Pics by Donal Moloney and Lea Farrell/Rollingnews

Laytown Races.

A short film shot by photographer and filmmaker Donal Moloney last Tuesday at Laytown, County Meath, the only ‘racing on sand’ event officially run under the rules of the Turf club.

Majestic.

Drone shots: Stephanie Sammann.

Donal Moloney (Facebook)

Martin.

Available online for the first time.

In November 2013, photographer Donal Moloney encountered a homeless man feeding a flock of pigeons in Westland Row, Dublin 2.

A friendship began.

Donal writes:

This short documentary explores the development of our relationship over the last few years but more importantly the search for happiness and what it means to different people.

Donal Moloney (Facebook)

Previously: Caring For The Pigeons



Yesterday.

Scenes by Donal Moloney taken the 5th annual Affidea Rock ā€˜nā€™ Roll Dublin Half Marathon.

Runners from 53 countries around the world including all 50 states in the US took part.

Donal Moloney (Facebook)

*swoon*

Images by Donal Moloney of today’s Dublin Gay Pride march in the city centre.

Fairly fabulous, in fairness.

Donal Moloney (Facebook)

Earlier: Ya Big Pride

Saturday in Dublin by Donal Moloney.

From top: National Gallery, Phoenix Park. Seapoint, County Dublin; the quays, Dublin 1 and the National Gallery.

Donal Moloney (Facebook)

Donal Moloney writes:

India has been on my bucket list since I was a kid photographer but I had kept putting it off as it seemed every photographer on the planet had realised the same dream.

However, about a year ago I heard about two towns 150 miles south of New Delhi called Mathura and Vrindavan. Krishna was born in Mathura but spent most of his youth in Vrindavan. The towns are within 5 miles of each other.

Every year the Indian people celebrate ‘Holi’ (Festival of colours) but nothing like they do in Mathura and Vrindivan. I had a particular interest in what I had read about the Banke Bihari Temple in Vrindavan. That was my primary mission. Everything else after that would be gravy.

There’s a truckload more shots on my Facebook page and a diary of my 9 day trip if anyone would like to see more.

Donal Moloney (Facebook)