I had an overload of potential titles for this picture:
Wouldn’t it Be Nice?
Money, money, money, it’s a rich mans’ world
Opportunities, let’s make lots of money
All I need
Galway’s famous bustling market has been trading in Church lane by St Nicholas’ Church in the centre of the city for literally centuries. The market is open Saturdays and Bank Holidays from 8am to 6pm and Sundays 2pm to 6pm. It’s a small, tight market but still there’s a great variety of food available, Madras curry, Crepes, Japanese Sushi, handmade chocolates among many others .
Yesterday I woke up sucking a lemon
Taken on Berlin’s U Bahn. I was hoping that nobody would walk around the corner or from behind as it would ruin the picture…and I could be mugged.
These remind me of the film/movie Jacob’s Ladder.
Taken with my IPhone (all I had on me at the time), it came out surprisingly well. Nothing is in sharp focus but it’s still nice and colourful. The course is Carnmore Golf Club.
A few pictures from Ladies Beach Salthill in Galway. Salthill is a seaside area of Galway city, Ireland. There is a 2 km long promenade, locally known as the Prom, overlooking Galway Bay with bars, restaurants and hotels.
Post title is taken from a band called ‘Beach House’, a band from Baltimore, USA that creates music that is dark, dreamy, and alluringly hypnotic.
A rare day in Ireland- not a cloud in the sky….
Title taken from the great album ‘Blue Sky Blue’ by Wilco.
I love my car
I’ll admit today I’ve gone too far
To enamour myself of my little motor car
Andy Wahrol-Screamadelica collage
Famous line that make the hairs on many a middle aged person stand on their ends- “Just what is it that you want to do? We wanna be free. We wanna be free to do what we wanna do. And we wanna get loaded. And we wanna have a good time.”
Screamadelica, the iconic album from Scottish rockers Primal Scream is rated by many in the top 10 albums of all time, rated best of all time by Eve Barlow of NME. Screamadelica is the third studio album by Primal Scream, released in 1991 by Creation Records. For me, it’s an uplifting, euphoric journey of love and joy, an album that you can’t but dance to and feel invigorated and have a smile plastered on your face.
The album was produced by Andrew Weatherall and without his influence would have been a much different album.
In this Andy Warhol Screamadelica collage I created what I think would have been a great poster or flyer for a Primal Scream concert.
Standing on the shoulders of Giants
Ring of Fire
Some pictures from wandering around Galway Docks (sounds seedy, doesn’t it?). It’s a great place for photographing I think- lots of colour, boats old and new, water etc.
This is my attempt of a rough copy of ‘Heaven or Las Vegas’, a dreamy album by The Cocteau Twins. The technique is called ‘camera throwing’, literally throwing your camera in the air on a slightly long exposure.