Scotland could never decide what kind of mood it was in, & I think that’s one of the reasons why it’s so beautiful.
This shot was a gamble. I’d already bugged my cousin to pull over a few times for photo-ops, & tho I’m sure he wouldn’t have minded one more time I felt like I was being a pest, so I shot this out the car window. The clouds were getting really dark but that mountain kept glowing, it was breathtaking. I’m extra pleased at least one turned out more thank okay.
Sadly I can’t remember what mountain this is, but I don’t believe it’s the one I climbed, Ben A’an. In the next couple of weeks I’ll share more on that…experience…as well as some other photos from my time in Ireland & Scotland.
I watched the sun rise twice in Coney Island this weekend, & I’ve decided it’s my favorite time to be there. Just a few swimmers, some people capping off a night of partying, lots of older ladies & gentlemen taking walks, the usual one or two people with metal detectors on the beach, & me. I was there to shoot, so I’d like to go back sans camera to just sit in the sand with a book.
Some links to peruse:
There’s something very relaxing about photographing a friend, especially when said friend is a natural in front of the camera.
These are a few favorites from my shoot with Sara.
"NYC, You Inspire Me…by allowing me to discover something new about you every day."
Sara is a friend whom I met years ago through Tumblr (yet another reason I’m indebted to the platform), so this shoot was extra fun.
Whenever I’m in Ireland, one day is always spent in Galway at my cousins place. They have a beautiful house right near Galway Bay with an enormous backyard facing west, so when it’s summertime & the sunset seems to last for 4 hours, the view out their back windows is spectacular. This particular day was a rainy one so after stuffing our faces with brown bread & smoked salmon we just hung around watching a hurling match. At one point the rain shower turned into a sun shower.