Cancer, Chemotherapy and my Camera

A Multitude of Sunrays from the Cloudy Western Sky A Multitude of Sunrays from the Cloudy Western Sky

Sunset from one of my favourite vantage points, looking west towards the setting sun.

It has been a difficult year so far, 2019, a diagnosis of cancer in January, an operation to remove a large tumour and this week, at the end of March, chemotherapy.

At each stage as throughout the past 20 years, photography has been a big part of my life.

 

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At various points getting out and about with the camera formed an important part of my recovery, at others when unable to leave home it was editing and sorting through old images.

Here, a few images from this week of various sunsets from Ireland looking west towards the evening sky.

Tramonto as it is known in Italian, is an important part of the day and one that has been depicted in art for centuries.

Relax and enjoy, more image to come from Ireland soon as the days get longer and energy levels get higher.

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Sunset, looking west in Ireland
Sunset, looking west in Ireland
After sunset, in the western sky - Ireland
After sunset, in the western sky - Ireland
Last modified on Saturday, 30 March 2019 22:10

3 comments

  • Comment Link SandiCassady Monday, 22 July 2019 22:44 posted by SandiCassady

    I think of you so often. I am going to pray for you every day - I believe in miracles and I know that prayer works - sandi cassady

  • Comment Link SunshineGirl Monday, 22 July 2019 17:35 posted by SunshineGirl

    didn't realize this - hopefully all will be well with you. I too have had a bout with cancer; my breast cancer reoccurred. Remain positive and God Bless!

  • Comment Link Beverly Patterson Tuesday, 02 April 2019 19:00 posted by Beverly Patterson

    Thank you, your photography is amazing and my prayers are with you and others going through the trials of life.
    God Bless.

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