Posts tagged with Rolleiflex-T

  1. St. Patrick’s Campus, DCU by Andy Devane - part 1

    13 Jul 2022

    After a really busy few weeks, I am slowly getting back online (at least for now) presenting some photographs I was working on lately for both - my commercial and also a personal portfolio.  I will start here with my personal collection, with photographs that complement the cycle of works…

  2. Star of the Sea Church in Desertegney

    19 May 2022

    I am slowly approaching the end of my ‘pilgrimage’ and thus the presentation of its fruits - photography.  There are two more churches to visit - in my humble opinion the most interesting of the five I have seen this short rainy weekend. These also, belong to a small group…

  3. St. Peter’s Church in Milford

    10 May 2022

    It started to rain again when I was still in front of Donoughmore Presbyterian Church in Liscooley. I quickly run to the car and slowly moved towards Milford - My next location.  After about 45 minutes I noticed a characteristic hexagonal tower emerging from between the buildings. It was St…

  4. Enchanted by the light

    18 Apr 2021

    I have been walking the streets of Dublin photographing architecture for well over a decade. I was not aware that there is still something that could surprise me. Especially when it comes to places that I visit regularly. However, all you need is the right light and the familiar space…

  5. Inchicore Vocational School - stairs

    22 May 2020

    I have been photographing Dublin and its architecture for over a decade, but I have to admit that there are still many places that I need to discover and explore. It is a wonderful process that takes place in stages. Some time must pass between them. Often quite long Reading…

  6. Dublin suburb libraries

    09 May 2020

    Photographing Ringsend Public Library, helped me to realise how very interesting these small beautiful buildings are. Following the same path, I visited the remaining three I mentioned in the post last week.  Updated restrictionists allowed me to move around Dublin a bit further at last, and I decided to use…

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