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Dublin as Springboard

After wonderings and wanderings Dublin has called me back, or I have wanted to be called back. The city feels alive with character, potential and an undercurrent of creative energy. On good days I can feel that pulse tromping through … Continue reading

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One to One Photography Lessons

As the summer days unfold and the light and sun lingers between the showers, I’ve been loving getting out with my camera. For me, wandering with a camera is a way of revealing the layers and layers of stories and … Continue reading

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Winter Wandering…

We took to the beautiful grounds of Farmleigh House on Saturday for a Winter Wander Photo Workshop, all wrapped in woolens and cameras. It was such a great sight to see the participants go off exploring and foraging for images. … Continue reading

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From a Walk into Autumn to a Walk into Magic

My camera had a field day yesterday as we made our way to the wonderful grounds of Farmleigh House for a ‘Walk into Autumn’ photography workshop. We met other cameras too, belonging to the eager and open participants on the … Continue reading

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A Walk into Autumn: Photography Workshop

As the season changes and the colours redden, Autumn is a particularly favourite time of the year for photographers. The light can be soft and diffused and the hues a visual treat. It is a great time to pick up … Continue reading

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Golden Hour

Twice a day light can fall golden. The hours of daylight are bookended in magic. To a photographer, these moments are precious. Light is diffused, soft, warm. Rays can bring out golden tones and the most radiant of hues. Shadows … Continue reading

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Serbian Snapshot.

I am back from the sky. Air bound, countries ran from under me, taking me across a continent and landing me in Serbia for 12 days. I have returned to Dublin now and gradually start to bring pieces of the … Continue reading

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A place to perch

I’m not a speedy traveller. I tend to choose a region and then to linger. The idea of trying to ‘do’ a country in the space of a week is anathema to me. I don’t see what the hurry is. … Continue reading

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The Webbing and the Wharfs.

I’ve never really had a nickname.  Most people seem to revert to the simple ‘Clare’, which suits me just fine. ‘Muller’ was to harsh. ‘Clare bear’ simultaneously too cute and too annoying. ‘Clarissa’ was too long and too literary. ‘Clarey’ … Continue reading

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An Encounter with Istanbul

A few posts coming on my recent visit to Turkey. I’m back nearly two weeks now, and have been revelling in the memories of my travels. My itchy feet got some airtime, and my camera lens too. Here are some … Continue reading

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