Storm Erik comes to Shelley Banks

I’m hoping to do a bit more personal work over the months, this is the first in a series. Shot using a variety of Nikon lenses mounted on a Canon C100ii. This is new (to me0 camera, a fantastic piece of kit with a great sensor and fantastic colour science.

Shot in 2 hours, edited in 4.

photo: susurrous

I come back to this place for fear that one day I won’t find it, or my hips will let me down or worse. There’s a compulsion about it, a need, a vacuum. I’m drawn inexplicably and each time it’s the same, the rush of young river, white noise of water, susurrous on old rock, dank air hitting the back of the throat. I’m drawn again.

photo: HD on flickr

 

 

 

Went and shot some time-lapse down the end of the Bull Wall today in the changeable weather. Shooting some backgrounds for the new ‘reel which I’m in the process of making. Lo and behold flickr announced HD video on their website for pro accounts, so here’s a sample. You probably have to click through to see the HD version.

Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf, Wicklow.

So here I find myself a scant calendar month after being to the top of Africa, back up these lonely Wicklow hills again. Dusk late in October on the Sugarloaf, colder than I’ve ever been, wind whistling around with this beautiful, low, winter light filleting the day and night.

Pure and clean, sharp as crystal,

I’m home.

photo: pix.ie Guinness Storehouse photowalk

way out

Marcus McInnes of pix.ie and Lisa Fitzsimons from Guinness organised a photowalk around the Guinness Storehouse early this morning before it was open to the public. This is an amazing place, the most visited attraction in the country with over a million visitors per year. Great opportunity to take a few snaps, you can read all about it here.

photo: blaskets in blue

The Blaskets from Dunquin 

Mild iPhoto treatment of a shot of the Blaskets taken from the harbour at Dunquin.