I met Elvin today, at his workshop in Liscolman, between Coleraine and Ballycastle on the North Coast of Ireland. He’s been making pens from the barrels of Bushmills Whiskey, amongst other things. Guitars, kitchen cabinets, bowls…, not from barrels, though. He’s a maker of things.
And here’s one of the finished pens.
If you’d like to find out more about his work, check out his website at http://www.ewsw.co.uk
Covered an assignment for the paper today using a wee fuji x100 I’d borrowed for a couple of days. Not sure what to make of it really. It produces a fantastic file, and makes you work for a picture which is a good thing. I’d guess the more up to date versions of the camera would be easier to work with, a little faster in operation etc, but overall, a joy to work with.
Been toying with the idea of switching over, at least in part, to a smaller system, and certainly todays job has helped convince me.
Went a bit ‘JJ’ with the lens flares here. Its due to a filter on front of the lens, rather than any problem with the camera.
Members of the Causeway Archers prepare to fire arrows at a beacon on the Harbour Hill, Portstewart, lighting it to mark the 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II.
Lucy, my 3 year old Lurcher, enjoying the sunset.
Evening light illuminates a performer during a cultural evening in Portrush Town Hall on Wednesday 30th March, 2016, celebrating cultural diversity in the Borough.
The crescent moon over Aghadowey this evening.
One from the archives. Shot this ages ago for a wee competition held to mark the 1st anniversary of the death of a friend.