Yesterday I went for a walk in a local meadow and came across this old trashing machine, sadly it was in ruins and mostly covered with weeds its seen much better days.
Last year myself and my fiancee bought a house, before this I shared a two bedroom flat in Waterford City.The view wasn’t great for the most part however it used to present me with a lovely sunrise at certain times of the years, this along with the seven or so jet streams made it pretty interesting.This shot is pretty grainy as it was shot at 1600 ISO as I had no tripod.
For over a year now I’ve been passing this mill as I drive to and return from work, for months I didn’t notice it as it was covered by leaves on trees but once the winter hit and the leaves dropped off I couldn’t believe there was a old mill right next to the road.
I’ve been planning to use this mill as my first port of call as part of a new project but have yet to get the time to really plan out the project, I did however snap this shot when I first scouted it out.
Over the past two weeks or so I’ve been reorganizing my photo collection, so far I’m upto about 12,000 images all categorized into folders by year and month.
As part of this collection I came across this shot which was taken as an afterthought at an old mill a few miles away from where I live, I was going to delete it but after a bit of processing I just loved the textures 🙂
I’ve been wanting to get a shot of this rail viaduct in Kilmacthomas, Co Waterford for some time, ever since I saw a shot of it on Joe Cashins flickr. Its a pretty impressive structure with eight arches however sadly its no longer in use since the last train went over it in 1982 but still some sight to see.