Get in out of that.
South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2.
Thanks Sauvignon Blanc
Earlier: Fine Day For Them
Thanks @discoverirl , fancy discussing a project for Ireland and it’s landscapes so that you can give something back to the photographers who provide the images for you? 👌🏻
— Sean O’ Riordan (@seanorphoto) March 2, 2022
I plan on organising an Irish photography exhibition to raise funds for a youth mental health charity @JigsawYMH.
— The Full Irish 🇮🇪 (@the_full_irish_) March 4, 2022
Any Irish photographers interested in donating 1 framed print?
▪︎ Can be any size but preferably larger than 12×16/18.
▪︎ Has to be a HR image on good quality paper.
▪︎ Mounted prints also welcome and very much appreciated.
— Emma McArdle | Ireland 🇮🇪 (@McArdlePhoto) March 4, 2022
Hardwicke Street, Dublin 1.
Hardy looking bunch, in fairness.
From top: Tom Burke snapping Charles Haughey and Liam Lawlor in 1990; Enda Kenny in 2010; Leo Varadkar in 2016; Gerry Adams and Sinn Féin TDs in 2011 and keeping warm outside Leinster House in 2009
The death of veteran Irish journalist and former Irish Independent photographer Tom Burke at the age of 78 was announced. Mr Burke joined the paper in 1967 and recorded everything from the Troubles to Nelson Mandela’s visit, but is best known for capturing events at Leinster House.
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. 10 Burlington Road, Dublin 4.
Josh Mathews (above) with his photograph ‘To the Waters and the Wild’ selected as the winning image in the inaugural ‘Reach for the Stars’ astrophotography competition, run by the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS). Josh’s photo, along with 22 other entries to the competition is now part of an outdoor exhibition on the railings outside the DIAS building for the month of July.
Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland
From top: Sliabh Bhan in County Roscommon by photographer Will Keane
While you were on the couch.
Will Keane was out walking.
And taking incredible pictures.
Will Keane writes:
At the start of 2021 Ireland was in the middle of lockdown with a harsh limit of 5 kilometres applied to the population. After eating and drinking my way through previous lockdowns in 2020 I decided to embark on a personal adventure, Six Months of Walking.
I decided to document the sights that I encountered on my 5km and uploaded them to Instagram and Facebook. The feedback was really positive and there were many requests for prints.
Being limited to 5km went from a curse to a blessing. I am surrounded by bog (marshy peat land). Taking the sames routes repeatedly forced me to focus on the little things like the curl of a fern, the lighting effects depending on the time of day and how playing with reflections can turn a good shot to a really good shot.
I have a soft spot for sunsets, the moon and love including an animal in a shot to give personality and for framing. I am not a professional photographer but I have been told I have a good eye. I take pride in my picture but I am always learning.
Cut to this week and the launch of Sixmonthsofwalking.ie…having never built a website, it was a steep learning curve but I’m proud of the result and just wanted to share it with you!
Six Months of Walking has really help centre myself physically and mentally and because of the pandemic I have gained a passion.
Pic: Will Keane
Not sure I’ll ever comprehend how the great Martin Parr chose such a terrible title and hideous photo which looks like a cheap stock take for his great body of work. Or whoever is responsible should be… pic.twitter.com/6NoNwtkrAt
— Michael McDermott (@miguelmyriad) April 22, 2021