I took this last night after putting the bins out at work. The diggers are working at what used to be a food bank.
This is one of the first photos I took back when I was trying to be a visual artist. I had fifty or so printed, and I still have them!
I still like it, maybe I’ll have them mounted and put them on etsy!
This caught my eye one night. Rickshaws had been a familiar sight in Dublin for a long time so I don’t know what it was that struck me about this.
Looking at the photo now, it seems odd that in what is called a developed country people should have to do this to earn a living.
There is great power in communication. I don’t remember where or when I took this.
It seems appropriate for the times.
On another note, I recently saw an ad for an anti-facemask rally here in Dublin. The organisers are so committed to getting others to join their cause, they recommend people wear a face mask and socially distance if that would make them more comfortable!
This is the former community centre where I used to work. Apart from the food bank, which changed radically at the start of the pandemic, most of the activities had to stop.
We had to move out a few weeks ago. The new place is not half as good, but a few of the other things have started up again.
My girlfriend and I were out walking one day when we passed these cows. When we came along they stopped eating and stared at us. After I took this photo, they came down to the gate, which is just out of shot. Perhaps they thought we had some grass!
Today’s Friday Photo is not only being published on a Friday, it was actually taken today.
This half kit is where I used to work, until we were evicted. I was doing a clean up today.