Since the gates first opened on the 21st of February 1832 people have been dying to get in here. There has been a total of 1.5 million people interned in the the graveyard. To give that a little context, Dublin city has a current population of half a million people. This makes Glasnevin one of the most densely populated areas on the planet.
The graveyard is beautiful with a very rich history. It…
The Temple of Isis sits on the bank of the duck pond in St Annes Park. It is one of the many follies built in the park during the 1800’s. The parkland was formally the estate of the Guinness family and they build 10 follies on the banks of the Naniken river.
Until a few years ago the temple was open and you could stand inside it overlooking the pond. It was my favourite view of the small island…
Its a wonderful thing to be surprised by something so familiar. As a Dubliner I have looked at and passed over the royal canal literally hundreds of thousands of times in my life. I never really paid much attention to it. It was just a body of water that bisected the roads that I needed to drive on. Its narrow humped backed bridges can be a source of traffic congestion on the roads near my…
Brendan vs Jesús on Flickr.
A pinhole swinga with the wonderful and talented Jesús Joglar.
We both placed rolls of shot 120 pinhole camera film in a bowl during the Amsterdam WWPD meet up last april and managed to pick each others rolls at random.
In theory since we both used Zero 4x5 cameras with horseman 120 roll backs everything should have lined up…..I feel like since they did not it can only be my fault…
I enjoyed the collaboration and really love the results.
In the years 1939 to 1945 large scale turf camps were built on the Bog of Allen with a view to harvesting turf on an industrial scale. This was part of Irelands efforts to be self sufficient during the second world war. The camps were home to men from all over Ireland that came to cut the bog for fuel.
The bog camps are long closed and not much remains of them but the hidden inside the Killinth…
173/365/2014 - Doughnuts and Coffee on Flickr.
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Religions have been founded based on the debate over using plastic or steel reels. Personally I like the AP plastic reel. I find them easy to use and at this stage I have about 10 of them so I always have some dry and ready to go.
Always make sure they are fully dry before you use them as the film will stick to the plastic…
Liam - Print Scan on Flickr.
Film: Kodak Tri-X
Dev: HC110 (B) 6 min 20c
Enlarger: Opemus 6 B+W
Paper: Ilford Multigrade IV RC
Scan: Epson V600
A Walk to Lough Dan on Flickr.
The Bride and Groom on Flickr.
I shot so much digital that day that I was concerned that I may not get a chance to shoot with a film camera but these two seemed to have infinite patience when it came to the formal photos.
Film: Kodak Tri-X 400
Dev: HC110 (B) 4.5min