Glasker Old Mill is on the road between Loughbrickland and Rathfriland in Co. Down. The likelihood is that the mill was once part of the extensive Irish Linen industry which thrived in that area in the 19th and early 20th Century.
I photographed it with my ‘baby’ – the Fujifilm X-T30 camera, fitted with the 18-55mm kit lens.
Just a little further down the road is a beautiful old phone box, set against an unattractive brick wall.
Thankfully, this is not a problem…
The best way to burn off one or two of those Christmas Day calories is by taking a good walk on Boxing Day, and on this Boxing Day, 2018, the sun was shining in Belfast, and I was visiting a family in Sydenham, and where better for a walk after my visit than Victoria Park, one of Belfast’s legendary green spaces in the industrial landscape.
Continue reading Victoria Park, Belfast
A Walk in Comber…
Photography should never just be a profession or occupation. It should be a passion – for when the photographer loses the passion for image-making, just for the sheer joy of making an image, it is time to put the camera on eBay.
There is great satisfaction in going to a town or village or landmark or area, and just making images for no other reason than to make images! When I indulge my passion for photography, I like to use film, to shoot with my Nikon F100, and to shoot in Black and White. I like to develop those images in chemicals myself, at home, at the kitchen sink, using methods I learned many years ago.
Last week, I took a walk through Comber, our nearest town, just 5 minutes from Ballygowan, and shot a couple of rolls of film. Continue reading #Comber, Co.Down