Tag : Mark Casey
I recently went on a photo trip with two friends to Lower Lough Erne in County Fermanagh. Whilst there I decided I’d take some landscape photos with the express intention of making them black and white. I don’t know why I’d never considered doing B&W landscapes before, but I do like the results I got [...]
The Highgate visit was only part of the photo walk that took place on Saturday. After first meeting up with two others, the group of four went for a walk through Borough Market, then on to the Financial District of the City of London. From there we met up with the fifth member of the [...]
Here’s a preview of my Iceland book that I’ve just self-published through Blurb.com : Ísland í gegnum linsu (or ‘Iceland through a lens’ for those that don’t speak Icelandic). I’ll be taking orders if anyone would like a copy. There’s a discount of 10% available on orders of 10 or more, but it has to [...]
Early this morning the Earth passed between the Moon and the sun, causing a full lunar eclipse. Today also marks the winter solstice : the shortest day of the year. This eclipse was the first to fall on the winter solstice since 1638. The next solstice eclipse won’t be until 2094. There was a perfectly [...]
The idea was to get an early morning balloon so that we would already be airborne when the sunrise broke the horizon, but this wasn’t to be, instead the sun had been up for about 30 minutes by the time we arrived at the take-off site.
Karnak remains the largest surviving religious complex in the world and is spread over an area of around 247 acres.