I have recently started a new job in London, it has added a whole set of new photographic opportunities to my world! I am resisting the temptation to turn into an angry harassed looking commuter and I am using the commute as a time to take photos from angles you don’t normally see! After all, the strange looks you get when taking photos through the train window at prime commuter time is enough to put most people off!!
Not me though, so without further ado, I present the first installment of my Days in London photos…
(these were all taken through the train somewhere around London bridge, using my iPhone)
I am still looking back over photos I took 2 years ago, I have thousands to go until I am up to date! These ones are from our tour of the the west coast of Ireland (Counties Cork and Kerry) in September / October 2018.
Timoleague Abbey was one of the first abbeys we visited in Ireland, it was where we first discovered their practice of using ruined abbeys (both inside and out) as burial grounds even into the modern day.
In this time of weirdness and lack of travel, I have taken the opportunity to start going through my photos from previous years. You know the ones that get taken then sidelined when real life gets in the way for a while… we all have them!
Now I have started on the ones I took while I was out in our little red camper van in Ireland on the first leg of the Wild Atlantic Way. I did attempt some landscapes while I was there, the scenery was so spectacular I had to… but as we know they are not my strongest suit so there are a fair few alternative photos mixed in.
The ones I am going to show you here are from the first few days of the trip. There will, undoubtedly, be more to come.