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Panasonic GX7

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Shot with Panasonic 12-32 and olympus 45 f1.8

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April 28, 2017 at 5:19 am

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Micro Four Thirds and Obsolescence

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Shoreline, Greystones, County WicklowPhotos by Sean Dwyer 10/08/2016

A obsolete camera, shooting ancient rock.  But is obsolescence a journey or a destination?

That’s a choice every individual must make at some stage in their life.

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August 14, 2016 at 6:49 pm

Kids

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What we do as grown ups, is what they do as kids. Respect.

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December 4, 2013 at 11:43 pm

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Barcelona Marathon 2013

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The interesting thing about running a marathon is really, encountering the people who have chosen to run it and those who come to support the runners. Barcelona was a great experience, and the stoic yet warm nature of the people was so obvious. I think I’ll run this one again. Any society, I believe, is preserved by it’s own sense of humour, and protest, can be subtle and determined.

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March 30, 2013 at 10:28 am

Blink and it’s gone

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So much happens, we live in space. Even if we are unaware. Time is fleeting.  Time is all we have.

365 times Up Croagh Patrick

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Matt Loughrey took the path up Croagh Patrick, known as ‘The Reek’ 365 times in sucession over the last two years. It’s the equivalent of climbing Mount Everest 30 times in a row. Myself and journalist Warren Swords joined him for his final climb. I’m looking forward to following his next adventure. His page on facebook is croaghpatrick365.

Halloween

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I took a break from press work to cover a gig lead by Simeon Smith an old friend and leader of Masamba, they hit Dublin’s Templebar area evoking Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and his Uumpa Loompas. It was a fun gig and, for me the reactions on the faces of Dubliners after the gig was just priceless. Sparkle and smile…

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November 11, 2009 at 10:42 am