Although I like the ‘sound of breaking glass’ I’m sure this is pure vandalism which has enabled me to exploit this spectacle via my favourite medium. Portraying the urban venerability . Ha Ha! did I really write that?!. Ah well, here is a few recent shots showing the Aviva Stadium in the background. #streetphotography
Hoping I don’t get inundated with plumbers requesting my custom as I was inspired by the effect in my kitchen sink caused by the dripping tap.
Within our 5km restriction. More like 5 meters.
Despite our 5km travel restrictions. Here are a few images I’ve shot recently whilst escaping this lockdown tedium.
I’ve recently uploaded an album 100 portraits on https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?vanity=KelvinHudsonPhoto&set=a.497242269290
For those who don’t mind a 14 day quaratine.
This is my entry for the Lens Culture Street Photography Awards 2020. The man sitting is Tom Neachtain and as you can see is fond of an afternoon refreshment. Sadly after a few months of meeting and photographing Tom, he was diagnosed with Alzheimers and is now on the 7up in a nursing home. His friend Shay Rooney a local carpenter and occasional actor is seen chatting with Tom. Unfortunately I didn’t get the name of the cat as it was just passing through .