Another photo from our trip to the west last year, the Cliffs of Moher. At first the weather was so bad it was hard to get any photos but after a bit of time in the visitor center and a late lunch the rain had cleared and we were able to see the cliffs.
Hopefully next weekend I’ll have some new photos to post, it’s St Patricks Day after all. Plus we’re hoping to do a trip to Kerry soon, at this stage I’m pretty tired of taking photos around Dublin.
I’ve had a slow January photography wise. It was only last weekend that I got to take my camera out and take some shots around town. While importing them into Lightroom last night I came across some photos from a trip to Doolin late last year that I never got around to posting here. I had posted some to Flickr but I’ve several others that I want to post as well so I thought I’d start with taken late on the afternoon by the sea in Doolin. Very cold and windy with some big waves that seemed to attract the spectators more than drive them away.
Went into town on Saturday to do my usual wander around the shops, get a coffee and take photos. A street performer on Grafton St occupied me for a while and will probably make a post later in the week (after another bloody business trip). On the way to meet my fiancee and some friends for dinner and a few drinks I crossed the Ha’Penny bridge and joined the crowd photographing a stunning sunset over the Liffey. It did make me a bit late for dinner but sure twas worth it, she has grown very tolerant of me vanishing with a camera.