Most days are pretty grey at the minute, but when the sun breaks through the light is lovely. This wee house sits outside in our back garden and is ready for occupation, although it is probably a little too well ventilated to be comfortable at this time of year. Still, this being Ireland, you never know when a leipreachán or three might happen by and take a fancy to it - do it up, y'know. A fixer-upper for wee folk, I guess you could call it:
|On Kentmere VC Select paper, via WT-10 developer and a bit of sepia/HP5+/ID-11.|
I do know this is a totally boring snap, by the way. I seem to have all my energies for the darkroom these days and not much for behind the camera. One result is that since the start of 2017 all the images on North East Liberties have been of prints. It wasn't a real big thing - there's always been a mix of scanned and printed images on here - but I've been gradually moving in this direction for a while and it just sort of happened. I guess all blogs evolve in some way or another - 'tis the nature of the thing. Jim Grey over there in Indiana has been blogging a bit about blogging recently - very interesting reading it is, too. I haven't really gone into the whole blogging thing in any great depth - I just think of This Place as my journal, it documents my photographic journey, warts and all. I don't pretend to have any great expertise in the thing, I just enjoy it immensely. It might be the digital age we are living in, but we all know the real world is analogue and that's still where the magic is.