Okay, so my friends tell me I have to let all of you reading this (how many of you are there, anyway?) know that some of my photography is being shown at the Daily Grind coffeeshop (scroll down to “Lunch”) in downtown Portsmouth for the month of September. The owner, Shannon Woodland, shows artwork by a different artist every month.
Here’s a sample of the photography:
It’s a 12th-century high cross in Drumcliffe, County Sligo, Ireland. Dan and I visited there in August of 2003. It was a great trip – we rented a car and drove from one town to the next, staying in farmhouse B&Bs, and stopping at interesting ruins along the way. The last night, we stayed in a castle. Our travel agent set it up, so I didn’t realize until we got there that the castle is a 5-star resort – it’s where Bill Clinton stayed when he was negotiating with Northern Ireland. It’s an absolutely gorgeous place.
Anyway, the photographs are for sale, so if you’re interested, stop by the Daily Grind and have a look.