Monday, August 30, 2010

Carrowholly in the Gloaming


Shot with the iPhone Hipstomatic app, which simulates lenses and films from the 50s and 60s (in the this case, the John S lens and Blanko film).

We arrived in Shannon this morning in good shape after a lengthy layover in Newark International (which, compared with JFK, is the Trump Towers). These highlights of the trip over (also courtesy various Hipstomatic lenses and films) make Carrowholly all the more transcendent:





And now we're about to have a late dinner while listening to the great Kevin Burke:

11 comments:

Roy said...

Nice shots! There's stand-alone software as well as Photoshop plug-ins that do that classic camera/film simulation, too. I've thought about it, but I'm still undecided.

K. said...

In my hands, it's a toy. You could really do something with it.

TaraDharma said...

fun photos!! Love the red toe nails!

K. said...

Tell me about it! It's enough to give a guy a foot fetish!

Rastamick61 said...

In my next life I am going to be you! Saoirse. It would be redundant to tell you to enjoy yourself so I won't. Just keep posting lad.

tnlib said...

Neat. And envious. Enjoy.

Ginny said...

Love the top photo. And finally learned what "gloaming" means. Had to look it up. Hope I can remember.

Marguerite said...

Great pics and awesome fiddle! Have fun and have a few Guinness for me, cher! Cheers!

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K. said...

Rasta: I'll take a pint for ye today!

tnlib: Thanks! I always do!

Ginny: Gloaming is a great word! Cubs fans know it well.

Marguerite: Kevin is a treasure. The only thing missing from Ireland is etouffe!