Photos. Series. Miscellaneous.
It was the year of adaption in many forms. But sometimes that is what you need as a person.
There were twenty‑three entries.
The road to making this website into an ebook. Plus, better browser support for the new year.
In One Photo.
My 2017, summed up in a single photo. See my choice for 2017.
From 2018 there will be two photo unveilings each year.
A look back at a challenging year and what has changed.
My thoughts on Kindle Oasis, possibly the last Kindle I will buy.
Digital Asset Management systems are becoming a thing of the past.
My timelessly long Internet travels are drawing to a close.
It is time for some spring cleaning, and plans for the future.
This is what happens if you automate and mix two sections together.
Photos of the festive period of the year.
Some of the photos of the beautiful cars that were seen this time around.
Birr Air Display.
One of the best, if not the best, displays in Ireland this year. I particularly enjoyed the Breitling Wingwalkers.
The country known for the black stuff has a little of the white stuff too.
Roscommon lends itself well to nature and wildlife, as can be seen here.
Some photos I’ve taken in Longford recently.
Going Away Party.
My friend Chris had his going away party before leaving to China for a big adventure.
Most of my photos from Leitrim are from Carrick‑on‑Shannon and neighbouring areas.
Some different. The extension of a vision in a camera.
PHOTOGRAPHY WITH NUMBERS.
When you are using a crop sensor, the photo is different from a full sensor. This has pros and cons.
Files are both abstract and imaginary. In the future they are neither.
The future of personal computing is to be less complex.
Time to reflect on how my use of my smartphone has changed in recent months.