Tuesday, August 07, 2007
Saturday, August 19, 2006
This is two views of Cornwall's version of "The Beach"; Porthcurno, just south of Land's End.
The water really is this colour and the sand is soft and pale yellow.
On the healand in the distance is the Logan Rock, a sixty six ton stone that will rock gently with just one finger.
Locally they call it Green Bay. It's other claim to fame is that this is where 10 undersea cables that cross the world come ashore.
Friday, July 28, 2006
The Liffey's South Bank looking up river from the Millennium Bridge. This is one of Dublin's best views; architecturally diverse yet with a concurrent theme and proportion. This view contains some of the city’s most celebrated architectural gems (The Clarence Hotel and The Sunlight Building) as well as the most controversial; the City Council Offices at Wood Quay.The sky is so reminiscent of a typical grey Dublin day; yet no one ever looks up to see how wonderfully ominous the clouds really are.