Sunday, January 18, 2015

Ireland in Black and White

Just some photos taken  with the point and shoot on a side trip on an overseas assignment I didn't post "live", due to the nature of the trip.


  1. Nice! Thanks for sharing them.

  2. Stunning photos! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Very nice!!! Hoping those weren't because of a 'gray' mood...

  4. AHHH, to once again be paid to travel! Nice pics.

    Question: what is the significance of the two "rivets?" in the next to last photo?


  5. I love black and white. Years ago I had a Yashica Twin Lens Reflex. I shot b&w in it exclusively. Usually Kodak Panatomic X. Very fine grain, great quality. A lot of fun.

    Very lovely pictures. Very black, blacks and very white, whites. And the beautiful hair of red.

  6. Keads - thanks. I was able to take a couple of vacation days when I completed my business so I could go explore the Northern shores. I was so glad I did.

    Sarah - thank you!

    Alexandra - I'm glad you liked them!

    Old NFO - no, it was a speaking engagement trip, so low stress.

    Merle - I'm not sure what the rivits were for, it was a bench and I just liked the angles.

    Sortahwitte - I'm glad you appreciated it. I didn't take the hair picture, as well, that's my hair, but one of the locals snapped it.

  7. Was that from the time that you were investigating the XXXXXXXXX thatXXXXXXXXXXC and then the XXXXXXXX tried to XXXXXXXXX but the XXX got there first and set a trap for 'em?

    Or was it when the XXXXXXXX was threatening to blow up the XXXXXXX?

    I mean, I get 'em all confused

  8. As always, some really amazing shots! Thanks for sharing. Would love to hear some of the back story on the pictures, if that is permitted/allowed.


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