Calling all artists! Dublin Canvas is now open for submissions for 2024. This inclusive public art project started in 2015 with aims to make Dublin pretty by painting utility boxes all over the county, from Balbriggan to Killiney. There are 68 boxes in Dublin City, 23 in Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown and 13 in Fingal. For 2024 no boxes in South Dublin…
Thursday, 21 March 2024 18:50

Chris Shiflett, Dublin 2024

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Chris Shiflett brought his solo tour opener to Ireland last night, March 20th 2024 in the Green Room at The Academy on Abbey Street in Dublin. Rumour has it the Foo Fighters guitarist was staying in Room 102 at one of Dublin's many fine hotels. More dates include March 21st in Belfast then Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and London. News updates…
Wednesday, 20 March 2024 00:08

Judas Priest Visit Dublin - March 2024

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Metal music legends Judas Priest brought the Invincible Shield to Dublin, Ireland a few days before Saint Patrick's Day. I was there to photograph Rob Halford, Richie Faulkner and the band, indeed you can see some of my images on their Facebook and Instagram. The rest below in the gallery. No need for a Panic Attack, if you can get…
Bands of colour from the Irish coast in spring. As the days get longer here in Ireland (well, a day is still 24 hours but the proportion of daylight is now getting longer and will soon be more than the length of night), the opportunity to photograph for longer during the day is to be welcomed. The coast of Ireland…
Ireland’s Clew Bay is home to many islands, but definitely not the 365 that often gets quoted. These are drumlin islands, an extension of the ‘drumlin belt’ that stretches from County Down on the east coast of Ireland all the way to County Mayo here on the west. Drumlins are small, rounded hills formed as ice moved across the landscape,…
Keith Cronin of Cork took victory in the Irish Tarmac Rally Championship opener in Galway on the 3rd and 4th of February 2024 as the Galway International Rally, Ireland's oldest, took place east of Lough Corrib. The two day event on twisty, bumpy and jumpy roads took place around Headford, north of Galway City and saw Keith Cronin take top…
The floorboards creak and squeak underfoot and the room echoes to conversations about David Bowie and the images presented on the panels in an upstairs floor of Dublin's Rathfarnham Castle. This is A Portrait in Flesh, a photographic exhibition by David Bowie's favourite photographer, Denis O'Regan. Denis photographed Bowie at more than 200 concerts but also captured many candid scenes…
Storm Gerrit has raged across Ireland bringing stormy winds and rain in December 2023. Here, a flooded landscape with water levels rising rapidly, covering ground passable just the day before as sunset approaches along with crepuscular rays in the colourful but ominous sky. Storm Gerrit has brought severe winds, flooding and downed trees across Ireland as well as snow across…
Storm Gerrit rolled in after Christmas this year, but in the calm between the storms with Pia denying Ireland a white Christmas, a break in the weather to give a beautiful Christmas Day sunset here in the west of Ireland. Colour and cloud combined in the sky over Ireland's wild west as seen here. 2023 saw me photographing sunsets, sunrises…
I don’t think County Antrim’s Dark Hedges need much of an introduction. The visually stunning avenue of beech trees have arguably become one of the most famous stretches of road in the world. Certainly, it must be Ireland’s most photographed road. Having appeared for a few brief seconds in HBO’s Game of Thrones the once unknown row of 300 year…
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