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Screen Shot 2014-10-24 at 16.06.07 Screen Shot 2014-10-24 at 16.06.24 Screen Shot 2014-10-24 at 16.06.42Photographs of a Dublin doorway on Mary’s Abbey; the Irish Museum of Modern Art; and a Dublin bus by Lynda Cosgrave

Lynda writes:

I’m an Irish photographer that takes pictures of Ireland and abroad and I’m currently having a 20% off sale on my prints at the moment. It would be great if you could let your readers know about the site at lyndacosgrave.com. If anyone mentions Broadsheet when ordering, I could make the discount 25% instead.

Lynda Cosgrave



Is your head cool?

Photographer John Murray writes:

“I’m offering a free headshot session [worth €595] in Dublin this week to the person with the Coolest head. Closing Date for this is Thursday. Simply email johnmurrayphotography@gmail.com with your best photo. Winner will be announced on on my Twitter @jmphotodub. The shoot will take place this week.”

*reverses baseball cap, takes selfie*

Pic: John Murray

Thanks Spaghetti Hoop


Enjoy street photography?

Starting Friday.

Peter O’Doherty writes:

“47 Street Photographers, 47 Photographs from established street photographers to emerging new talent from Ireland and beyond, this is the first “Irish Street Photography Exhibition” from the ISPG (Irish Street Photography Group)…

Forty seven.

Irish Street Photography Exhibition (Facebook)


A couple of years ago, a Korean photographer claimed to have taken a multiple exposure shot of aircraft taking off from Hannover-Langenhagen Airport.

That image turned out to be fake, but the one above from photographer Michael Kelly appears to be the real deal.

Over 400 photos were taken over the course of a day and combined into a single image with some minor liberties taken with the the positioning of certain planes to aid with the composition.

Photographing Every Departure at LAX’s South Complex: “Wake Turbulence”



Photographer Donal Moloney writes:

“I was on a shoot in rural Ireland recently and a local told me about an old house once owned by a librarian named ‘Birdie’Higgins. Birdie moved out of this house 14 years ago and went to live in a retirement home. Time almost seems to have stood still since her leaving and me arriving. She died 3 years ago at the age of 94.”

Donal Moloney