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Formerly the family home of the Pakenham Mahon family, Strokestown Park is the site of a 16th-century castle, home of the O Conor-Roe Gaelic Chieftains. The…

While in Glasgow we were able to go to a house/museum designed by famed Glasgow architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Esteemed by supporters of the Vienna…

Yes, I'm still in my boots, but barely able to be an enthusiastic or at least a joyful photographer. After 5 years of cancer treatments and hospital visits on…

In my CAD Engineer career, I have also carpentry experience. I've been working for D&A Project Ltd - Interior refurbishment company. One of their services was…

I can relax best on comfy furniture where I won't be disturbed. I wish I had this at home, I guess that's why you go on vacation, right? ...I start by relaxing…

We are living with columns. Again Historicism, which I call the era of objects made for the bourgeoisie. This credenza - I beg your pardon, because it is more a…

Shades Of The Shelf Recovering from a week of influenza. I'm thankful I survived the flu season and I'm happy to get back to this photo thing. Too bad I missed…

At this stage I am not going to commit to another full 365 project - but gosh darn it I seem to have formed a bit of a habit with my daily photos that I don’t…

Hey Hey Hay I like the minimalist vibe from this chair back. It's from Hay and I got it as a Christmas present this year.

CCC2017 (Canadian Camera Conference) has just finished and Canada Day celebrations are in full swing. As I do not want to be trampled by half a million people…

January 18th (18/365) In September last year I was lucky enough to visit the White House during a work related stint in Washington DC. This was during what we…
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