Monthly Archives: February 2008

Baltray Beach

Baltray Beach

This is an image taken on Baltray Beach, Drogheda, Co. Louth, of a ship wreck. You can even see the wreck on Google Maps. Link here.
I don’t know anything about this boat but will find out and post the details. I have seen a few images in colour of sunrise as its on the east coast of Ireland.

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Baltray Beach

Baltray Beach

This is an image taken on Baltray Beach, Drogheda, Co. Louth, of a ship wreck. You can even see the wreck on Google Maps. Link here.
I don’t know anything about this boat but will find out and post the details. I have seen a few images in colour of sunrise as its on the east coast of Ireland.

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Lough Dan

Lough Dan House & Tree

This is an image taken last saturday in the Wicklow Mountains down at Lough Dan. It’s a easy 1 hour walk as we had our 5 year old with us. The first part of the walk is down hill on a road and then you go into the woods along a stone wall through the hills which leads you down to Lough Dan. You can go a few different direction once you come off the path with many places to stop and take some photographs.

Link to Google Maps Location

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Lough Dan

Lough Dan House & Tree

This is an image taken last saturday in the Wicklow Mountains down at Lough Dan. It’s a easy 1 hour walk as we had our 5 year old with us. The first part of the walk is down hill on a road and then you go into the woods along a stone wall through the hills which leads you down to Lough Dan. You can go a few different direction once you come off the path with many places to stop and take some photographs.

Link to Google Maps Location

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Ireland

True colour image of Ireland, captured by a NASA satellite on 4 January 2003,
with the
Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Irish Sea to the east.

This is the island of Ireland where I live and which all my photography are taken from. The satellite image shows just how green Ireland is (as the saying goes 40 shades of green). This blog entry is linked to Wikipedia website contents page for Ireland if you want to know more information about Ireland.

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Ireland

True colour image of Ireland, captured by a NASA satellite on 4 January 2003,
with the
Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Irish Sea to the east.

This is the island of Ireland where I live and which all my photography are taken from. The satellite image shows just how green Ireland is (as the saying goes 40 shades of green). This blog entry is linked to Wikipedia website contents page for Ireland if you want to know more information about Ireland.

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Linux and Photography

I came across a website or another blog by Joel Cornuz, who lives in Geneva, Switzerland.
This blog is all about digital photography on Linux. As I use Linux myself everyday for the past 10 year now and started out my RAW processing using Bibble Pro on Linux I wanted to share this blog with you so that you could pick up some useful info for yourself.

Linux Photography (http://jcornuz.wordpress.com)

I think it’s better if I let Joel explain himself :

Hi there.

So here we go, yet another blog…

The goal for this thing is to share bits and pieces of experience about digital photography on Linux. I have been a keen photographer for 6 good years now, starting with film and now using digital. You can see my pictures there: jcornuz.awardspace.com.

I happen to be also a fan of Linux (in its Ubuntu flavor these days) and I have had sometimes quite a bit of a hard time to reconcile Linux and Photography. So I am starting this blog with the hope to help some folks not losing as much time as me finding the right “trick”.

What you will find here:

  • tutorials (color management on Linux springs to mind)
  • software reviews (well, let’s say, “my opinion on some software”)
  • workflow stuff (making the most of your raw files without loosing your hair)
  • little bash scripts (that make life easier)

Blogosphere, here we go !

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