Poolbeg Lighthouse, South Wall and The Pigeon House.

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Pigeon House and Poolbeg Lighthouse, Dublin, a set on Flickr. [Click on the link to view to full set, or you can click on any photo above to view individual photographs from the set instead]

I just wanted to share this new series of photographs that I have published on my Flickr page.

These shots were all taken just this week down in the South Wall and Poolbeg area of Dublin. I was down there on Tuesday morning quite early for some amazing winter sunshine, alright then it’s spring but it sure don’t fell like it. After a few hours slowly walking out towards Poolbeg Lighthouse I turned around to see that the weather was no longer being very kind to me as a mist descended over the moutains way beyond the Sandymount area. I can’t say I care that much about getting caught out in a rainstorm but I can tell you that my camera really doesn’t appreciate. So I hightailed it back to my transport for the day and sat there eating home made bread and drinking coffee from a flask that I had forgotten was in the car. An hour later and the sun it cometh back. I took myself off to Sandymount Strand then for another few hours before noticing a snow flake or two landing on my camera. I then turn around to realise just how far I had walked out on the beach towards The Pigeon House and it’s fair to say there was nowhere to hide now. At least this time I have a rain cover for my camera bag and once that was in place I just stood in the middle of a beach and enjoyed the snow. It’s not everyday you can enjoy a brief snowfall whist standing on a beach. So here’s the series of photographs from that eventful excursion.

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National Print Museum Christmas Fair

I will be selling lots of limited edition signed / mounted prints at this years Christmas Fair in the National Print Museum. The prints range in price from as little as €5.00 up to €25.00. I will also have a limited amount of larger framed prints for sale, they are currently selling for €60.00.

The fair takes place over three days, Friday 29th of November to Sunday 1st of December.
The opening hours are
Friday 29th November- 16.00 to 20.00
Saturday 30th November 11.00 to 16.00
Sunday 1st December 11.00 to 16.00.
The National Print Museum is based in Garrison Chapel, Beggars Bush Barracks, Haddington Road, Dublin 4.

If you are in the area, come along and say hello. There will be 15 other craft makers there with something for everybody.

You can find more information and directions by clicking this link.

And here’s some samples of some of the prints for sale over the weekend.

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My New Website

I am thrilled to announce my new photography website is finally up and running after many months of hard work.

I don’t like to do things by half so whilst getting ready for my first really big exhibition I also decided to teach myself how to build a website in my spare time. It has been great fun learning how to do things like this, it’s very much more challenging than a blog but it’s close to being finished now.

If you have some free time I would love you all to have a look and maybe let me know here on the blog what you think of it. I am very much open to constructive criticism, or any type of criticism, it doesn’t really matter.

Anyway the site can be viewed at www.davekphotography.com.

Thanks

Dave

Phoenix Park Exhibition

I am so delighted to say that two of my photographs have been selected in the “Phoenix Park Photographic Exhibition”. The competition was open to any amateur photographer so to say that I am over the moon is an understatement. The Exhibition runs from 8th of August to the 31st of August. All the winning photos are now part of a truly wonderful exhibition in the gallery at the Visitor Centre. There are about 40 different photos covering all genres of photography. It really is well worth a visit.

Here’s one of the photos that features in the exhibition.

Directions and opening times can be found by clicking this link