Feather and Leather A close up of a seagull feather I found while traveling pushed in the band on my hat. The old feather is a little beaten up but its been there for a few years. Thank you for Viewing
Mothers calling The first lambs of the year, was sitting waiting for a tractor turning looking at the sheep in the field next to me. I always carry my camera on the seat beside me. Down with the window and got this shot of mum calling her little ones. Give them another couple of weeks …
How it was Sometimes it's nice to sit back and hold those old photograph's, some faded like the memories of long ago. Feel the energy of the image, pouring into our mind. Close your eyes, let the past live for another while. Thank you for viewing.
Key of freedom Getting towards that time of year when I want to get back on Two wheels. Just waiting for the frost to clear and the days to heat up a little. I love the freedom riding a motorcycle gives, the air on my face. The feel off the road through the foot pegs, …
Self Portrait: Irish Cyclops Today's photo is a bit of fun playing around with camera angles and a speedlight. One of the rules was no tripod and a bare flash. I enjoy doing this sort of thing, never knowing where it ends. An Irish Cyclops Thank you for viewing
Orderly chaos Sometimes when doing a 365 it's can be hard to get good images every day. Sometimes its just a case of looking in outhouses/sheds or whats around you in the house. So this evening while visiting my mother who still has a love to potter around taking flower cuttings and growing plants. I …
Who's Hiding Spotted this little fellow hiding behind the glasses. Thank you for viewing.
Over the Stile The stile over the dry stone wall leading to Carbury Castle in Country Kildare Ireland. Some great Photo's of the castle and some history here. Carbury Castle Thank you for viewing.
"Hey Doris, look at yer man" Three Jackdaws on the edge of Hillsborough Lake. Jackdaw ( Corvus monedula )
A couple of other photos from the cemetery. The first is a HDR toned photo of the broken headstone. And the second is a monochrome I call Three in a row Thank you for viewing