RTÉ has joined forces with The National Botanic Gardens to launch an exciting new wildlife photographic competition, ‘Eye On Nature’. The competition runs until 5th February. Click for more details and the promotional video.
We will postpone any photo club meets for the near future until matters improve and the golf club can relax their adherence to the present guidelines. We’ll keep in contact with everyone thru’ WhatsApp and our website, please go out … Read More
The National Library of Ireland maintains a huge collection of over five million photographs. Why not take a virtual browse around their photo archive? Sixteen of the most popular images were featured recently in an article in The Journal.ie (link). … Read More
A few years ago Audrey, Alain and I attended a lecture in the National Museum, Collins Barracks given by two Dublin street photographers. One of them lived locally in Stoneybatter and always used a small compact camera as he found … Read More
[envira-gallery id=”2664″] I like going into town and wandering around for photo opportunities. I always travel in by train from Donabate then take either one or two Luas trips depending on whether I choose for Northside, Southside or the relatively … Read More
A big shout out to Alain Rouchecouste, our club treasurer, one of whose photos won a mention in a recent competition organised by 121clicks.com, “A world-class portal dedicated for arts and photography” (link), who had teamed up with online photo … Read More
Are you looking for some more photo-related reading? Have a look at more recommendations from the PetaPixel website (Link).
[envira-gallery id=”2650″] We went down to the Brook pub (now closed) last night to check on Pipers and they are open 1600-2100 hrs for takeaways only. By chance we had our cameras with us and took snaps of the new … Read More
[envira-gallery id=”2524″] Back in March 2019, we travelled down to Cork for a day trip taking early trains from Donabate to Dublin Connolly, Luas to Heuston and the Cork express. Very comfortable 2/5 hrs with teas/coffees passing by with no … Read More