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Bill Finney Photo of the Week

September 10, 2011

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Bill has been photographing Ireland for it must be over 50 years now. Enjoy this latest release. If your ever near Dingle, the trip around the peninsula is worth a day or two – moving animals along the roads in Ireland is often referred to as an Irish traffic jam. The sheep all graze jointly, the […]

Bill Finney Photo of the Week, Plus Dublin Excursion

September 2, 2011

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Clonmacnoise More things Irish from Bill Finney and friend Nancy Noble. Clonmacnoise – Temple Finghin & McCarthy’s Tower Short Stop in Dublin This past Sunday the Portland Press Herald published Nancy Noble’s Dublin account. Dublin was really an afterthought. The focus of the trip was England, but we flew Aer Lingus from Boston – it […]

Uniqueness in Ubiquity

August 26, 2011

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With the advent of digital photography, photographers have not only much readier access to recording images, but also to tools to manipulate them. The things you can do between a cell phone and Photoshop once required expensive gear and technical mastery in the darkroom that amateurs couldn’t hope to achieve. As a result, the amount […]

Bill Finney Photo of the Week

August 26, 2011

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Good thing Bill keeps sending me stuff, as I’m having a heck of a time finding time/energy to write at the moment. Co. Clare – Dysert O’Dea Castle This photo was taken about 10 PM – Summer light in Ireland is newspaper readable until 11PM.

Bill Finney Photo of the Week – Glendalough

August 16, 2011

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I’m remiss in how late I’m posting this. I was, however, gone fishing. Glendalough (Irish: Gleann Dá Loch, meaning “Glen of Two Lakes”) is a glacial valley located in County Wicklow, Ireland, renowned for its Early Medieval monastic settlement founded in the 6th century by St Kevin, a hermit priest, and destroyed in 1398 by […]

Bill Finney Photo of the Week – Irish Signs

August 4, 2011

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My Uncle’s Photo of the week: Co. Cork Harbour Signs.

Bill Finney Photo of the Week – Inisheer

July 29, 2011

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Note the thatched roof is tied down with ropes anchored with stone weights to prevent the wind from destroying the roof- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inisheer Inisheer (Irish: Inis Oírr, the island’s official name, Inis Oirthir, meaning “east island”, and traditionally Inis Thiar, meaning “rear island”) is the smallest and most eastern of the three Aran Islands in Galway […]