Photography

If I wasn’t an artist, photography would take up most of my time, most likely black and white and of people.  A black and white image draws your attention in and forces you to concentrate on the subject and emotion of the image.

My favourites are old photos from the 50’s and 60’s depicting historic moments, for instance, The Kennedys, the Civil Rights Movement, and life in Ireland.

Here are some photographs I love, some are my own, a few are by others…….

GAA Image Spillane Boys and Mother leaving home bags packed

 

Spillane Boys and Mammy ……………   Courtesy of John O’Shea New Jersey

Pat Spillane     Mick Spillane    Tom Spillane    Kerry Champions   GAA Training

Miss Issy   Courtesy of Charlotte Griffin

 

 

God Bless America

God Bless America

Woodside Queens   Irish Diaspora  Stars and Stripes   Bookworm

Fag Break

Fag Break

New York City   Manhattan  Water Main

New York City Girl

New York City Girl

Central Park   Sunshine   September Sunlight

The Models

The Models

 Best Friends  Super Models  The Teenage Years

GAA image Footballer Queens New York

New York City Boy

Irish Boy in New York  Construction Worker  Woodside  Queens  Irish in America

Little boy white shirt dickie bow

Sean – In Loving Memory

Sean Power   RIP   Beloved Brother

Boy doing homework squinting in sunlight

The Scholar

Feint National School    Young Student    Sunlight in His Eyes  Homework

GAA image little boy finished training

GAA Head

Kerry Group   Après Match  Green and Gold  The Winning Side

My Boy Jack

My Boy Jack

Sheileagh's Three

Sheileagh’s Three

Me and Sean

Me and Sean

Power Clan

Power Clan

Out for a Walk

Out for a Walk

Three Wise Men

Three Wise Men

White Dresses  Communion Day 2017

GAA image Birthright and Sam Maguire

Birthright and Sam Maguire (pic by Dominick Walsh Photography) Tommy Walsh Sean Walsh Maureen O’Mahony Ogie Moran David Moran

Two men fixing the bowtie

What God Hath Brought Together, Let No Man Tear Asunder