Archive for the ‘photo walks’ Category

lovely morning for it

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

it’s a lovely morning, great day to be out on the river in a currach.

lovely morning to be on the river Lee

sunrise over Kent Station.

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

The sun rising over Kent Station this morning.

sunrise over Kent station

the river is full of mud!

Friday, June 29th, 2012

With all the heavy rain, the river Lee is looking decidedly brown at the moment!
The Lee is brown this morning

sunset in Christchurch, Dublin.

Sunday, May 27th, 2012

Dublin makes a rare guest appearance here. Sunset from my hotel room by Christchurch in Dublin.
Christchurch Sunset

Julia at the Port of Cork

Sunday, November 27th, 2011



river lee hotel reflections

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

the river was lovely and calm the other morning.

River Lee Hotel (s)

Cork looking lovely in the sunshine

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

the weather in Cork is fantastic. A couple of camera phone snapshots:

UCC Quad:
UCC Quad

St Fin Barres Cathedral:
St Fin Barres

mostly frozen lough

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

The Lough is thawing, but still mostly frozen over.

(mostly) frozen Lough

big stretch of open water when the sun hits it:

(mostly) frozen Lough

snowy Dublin

Monday, November 29th, 2010

I had a short trip to Dublin- arrived yesterday and left today. There was just enough time for a couple of photographs.

The window displays in Brown Thomas look great:

The lights in Dublin look much better than Cork. It pains me to say it but it’s true. Rather wonderfully it started to snow as we walked up Grafton Street looking at the lights.

Stephen’s Green looked brilliant in the snow and ice.


these were all taken with a Nokia N8 cameraphone btw. I’m starting to really like it

montpellier and paris taken with nokia n8

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

I’m just back from a short trip to Montpellier and Paris. I decided just to bring my new Nokia N8, to see if you really can just take a mobile phone on holidays.

Montpellier is a lovely city, with beautiful architecture and clear signs of a Roman influence.
you shall not pass (onto the viaduct)

There are plenty of parks in the city – which leads to wonderful sights like people practising tightrope walking!
tightrope practise

If it’s raining, or even if it’s not, the aquarium is well worth a visit.

The fountains must be lovely during the heat of the summer months.

We were fortunate to be there for the start of the Christmas lights.
christmas tree

We spent a day and a half in Paris. We did not climb up Notre Dame!
Notre Dame

The Christmas lights were switched in Paris on the night we were there. The whole Champs Elysses is bedecked with lights, and a brillliant Christmas market.

big wheel

So, realistically can you just use a mobile phone as your camera on a trip?
You tell me! I’ll do another blog post with the quirks and things to watch out for when using your mobile phone as a camera.