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Posted by on 13 Jun 2011 by

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No better chance to photograph a ruined keep in a mysteriously misty, wet and rainy forest (because really, when isn’t it wet, rainy or misty here) is to be found than in Galway City on July 2 coming, from 10am-3pm. Attractions in the forest include the marvellously-intact Merlin/Doughiska Castle, the ruins of crofters huts and [..]

Posted by on 06 Jun 2011 by

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If you missed the first one, here’s your chance to make it to the 2nd Drogheda photowalk. The first one was way back in May 2009, long before photowalk.ie was born. So if you’re free on Saturday 11th June, why not join us for a walk around the historic town of Drogheda. The plan is [..]

Posted by on 31 May 2011 by

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Bloom returns 2011, this time its bigger and better and we have 20 media passes to give away. these passes allow for one photoblogger and one other photowalker to visit for the day of the actual walk, and unlimited access for the remaining 5 days!

Posted by on 15 May 2011 by

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Wexford Strawberries – Photowalk with Boro Valley Fruit Farm   Its summer time and what reminds people in Ireland more of the summer time than delicious Wexford strawberries. If you haven’t felt that true uplifting effect the summer offers then this will be the perfect Photowalk opportunity for you.   The kind people of Boro Valley Fruit Farm in Co.Wexford have offered us a [..]

Posted by on 26 Apr 2011 by

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Street Photography Workshop & Photowalk 11a.m. 30th April 2011 at Isaac’s Hotel on Store Street (opposite Police Station & Busaras Bus Station). See the location map to the right of the image above. No matter how experienced or not you are as a photographer, bring along your ‘point and shoot’ camera, learn the secrets of [..]

Posted by on 25 Mar 2011 by

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A chance for us to visit Trim again which was the venue for quite a successful photowalk last year. Sadly not long after it, we lost a good friend in Danny O’Brien and this photowalk will give us a chance to say hello to him again. For those who wish to stay overnight there are [..]

Posted by on 06 Mar 2011 by

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An inaugural photowalk for the city of Limerick, very centrally located so people from all over the country have the chance to attend. It’ll be a citywalk through the streets and along the riverbanks of Limerick, passing by many landmarks of interest and will also include the very popular Milk Market. When: Saturday, 12th of March, [..]

Posted by on 02 Mar 2011 by

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Posted by on 01 Mar 2011 by

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  We’re planning a Dublin City walk from St. Patrick’s Cathedral, winding our way down to the Four Courts.  The current plan is… Meetup Time: 7pm Date: Wednesday 9th March (Wednesday just for DanKing ) Start: St. Patricks Cathedral Direction: Down Patrick St towards Christchurch Cathedral, from there down Windtavern Street to take photos of [..]

Posted by on 16 Feb 2011 by

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We get to finally host a photowalk in the South East taking in some breath taking scenery along the way. The plan is a 2 day event if people can make a weekend out of it, if you can’t do a weekend then never fear. There’s going to be plenty to take in and lots [..]

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05/12/2011

Leinster « Photowalk.ie

We’re planning a Dublin City walk from St. Patrick’s Cathedral, winding our way down to the Four Courts. A chance for us to visit Trim again which was the venue for quite a successful photowalk last year. 30th April 2011 at Isaac’s Hotel on Store Street (opposite Police Station & Busaras Bus Station). Down Grafton Street, on to Suffolk Street, Andrew St, Trinity Street and across to Central Bank.


05/12/2011

Uncategorized « Photowalk.ie

As I said back in December 2009, it was my intent to organise one photowalk a month for the year and although it looked a bit ropey heading into the latter part of 2010, the one. I’m organizing a photowalk for Saturday September 11 in conjunction with the Galway City hackperspace, 091 Labs. We’ll take in a bit of snow and/or slush photography, street photography and whatever else presents itself.


05/12/2011

Featured « Photowalk.ie

What photography has allowed me to do however is to capture those images and memories and to share them with others. I remember one birthday many moons ago he gave me an slr as a present but all I saw was a big, clunky camera. My first two cameras used 110mm film in a little case and when I went to college I bought my first film SLR. Everyday we are surrounded by breathtaking images, may they be landscapes, people, objects or situations.


05/12/2011

Leinster « Photowalk.ie - leinster

I am thinking of: Time: 7pm Date: Monday 12th December Start: Spire to Where the lights end Direction: Spire – down Henry Street to Jervis Centre – Jervis Street to Liffey – into Temple bar – on to Georges Street – TBC Who is welcome. The WDD Blue Monument challenge: In 2010, over 900 monuments and buildings in 84 countries lit in blue on 14 November to raise awareness of diabetes and World Diabetes Day.


05/12/2011

Connaught « Photowalk.ie

This is the first year Galway City has a Christmas Market, it will be on Eyre Square and will feature about 70 stalls with approximately 2/3 of them run by continental traders. No better chance to photograph a ruined keep in a mysteriously misty, wet and rainy forest is to be found than in Galway City on July 2 coming, from 10am-3pm.


05/12/2011

Munster « Photowalk.ie

It’ll be a citywalk through the streets and along the riverbanks of Limerick, passing by many landmarks of interest and will also include the very popular Milk Market. At this minute there are 34 ships registered to take part in the race with some more expected to join between now and the arrival of the ships. An inaugural photowalk for the city of Limerick, very centrally located so people from all over the country have the chance to attend.