John Shaw's PhotoBlog

This morning the receding time created amazing sandbar patterns on the shoreline.  This does not happen very often.

The local Irish cut the brick size pieces with a long handled spade from the peat bogs then stack and dry them to be burned in the fireplace

As we toured Ireland in 1972 we came across this thatch roof home in Western Ireland that was inhabited.  Even in 1972 this was not common as many of them had…

This was taken while driving through Western Ireland in 1972.  I was struck by the roadside wall and by how far up the hills the walls were made.  Why go to the…

On our journey of Ireland in 1972 we stopped at a pub in Western Ireland.  We were the only people in there and there was this spectacular fireplace in the room…

Taken through the windshield of my car.  They just were there with no one around them and just walking together down the road.

This is a postcard from about 1900 of Narragansett, RI Beach.  It is on the Atlantic Coast of Rhode Island and was a destination of the Northeast wealthy at…

This is a postcard from 1907 showing the decorations on the commercial main street stores in Woonsocket, RI before the start of the parade.  Parades and…

I got up early one morning to shoot a set at the beach.  This man was alone walking his dog.  The scene made me feel warm inside.
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