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David Robinson Jewellery, Dublin – Advertising which contains a print which was captured during a Photoshoot with Ruth O’Mahony, displays custom Jewellery provided by David Robinson Jewellery
This photo was taken on Abbey Island, Derrynane near a large cliff like jump called ‘The Animal’. Strong sun reflecting off this weathered Red Sandstone produced an interesting contrast and lots of shadow. Original image, not converted to B/W.
It seems my EOS 40D decided to die and go to heaven.. the shutter mechanism failed to work after this photo was taken – this was, as a result, the final photo it ever took. It is now to be sent off for servicing. RIP shutter, you did me proud! I kind of wonder were these gates a metaphor for something..
This is a totally unmodified photo (apart from slight saturation adjustment) of three of the girls who I went with to Electric Picnic. It was taken in front of main stage. Fortunately the three ‘exposures’ you see here are as a result of a very long exposure, my flash and 2 strobes from the main stage resulting in a bizzare and need I say beautiful photograph.
US Miami Coast Guard in preparation for Space Shuttle Atlantis mission STS-122. Pairs of US Coast Guard helicopters spend lengthy amounts of time in the restricted airspaces of Cape Canaveral prior to the launch of any Space Shuttle mission.
Tail end of NASA’s Vomit Comet which was captured while on the apron of Space Coast Regional Airport (KTIX) during my stay in Florida for my Helicopter PPL flight training. Parked beside the Bristow Air Center for fuel and maintenance. Monochrome photo is unmodified and uncropped.
Miss Ireland wearing an outfit designed by my sister during the pre-run at the NCAD Fashion Show hosted in Trinity College
Translates to “Worked to Death”
During what could have been one of the busiest days at the Colosseum (I guess it couldn’t really ever have a quiet day, it’s spectacular), I managed to capture this image, just about eliminating any of the horrible modern barriers and the floods of people herded through them. Unmodified and uncropped.
While en route to the capital city of Albania (Tirana), we passed a number of amazingly old fashioned modes of transport. This photo of a couple on a Honda 50 shows the typical and primative means for which people have to get from A to B as a result of Albania’s social and economic collapse after the collapse of a nationwide pyrimad scheme which plunged the country into gaining third world status including the collapse of a government in 1997 and riots in which over 2,000 people were killed.