Dublin was still under British rule in 1916, when seven unlikely revolutionaries hatched a plan for an armed uprising during the Easter holiday. They wrote a Proclamation of Independence and chose strategic sites in downtown Dublin for their Rising, including the post office along the main thoroughfare of the city. They felt that once the … Continue reading
Eyewitness: Retina photography festival, Edinburgh Photographs from the Eyewitness series A wet tiger shakes itself in a portrait from a collection by photographer Tim Flach on show at the Retina Scottish international photography festival. via Eyewitness: Retina photography festival, Edinburgh | Art and design | The Guardian.
Call of the Wild The magnificent and wild Winnie the dog showing off her wolfish roots Image credit: Photograph by o1373k/GuardianWitness Source: Born free: readers’ photos on the theme of wild | Community | The Guardian
Sadly, we advise the friends and workmates of Lew Morrison of his passing on Wednesday night the 21st March, 2018 at Flinders Medical Centre. Lew was born in Glasgow, Scotland on 6th January, 1926. He was educated at Dunhard Street School. After finishing school Lew decided that he definitely didn’t want to become a miner … Continue reading
Your Shot photographer Scott Summers captured this image of some Canadian Geese enjoying the wetlands of Canastota, New York. “The only sound throughout the swamp on this late spring morning were three geese honking at one another,” writes Your Shot photographer Scott Summers. “They gathered at the head of the lake, where a fog bank … Continue reading
Image Credit: Photograph by gswell · · From Snapped: Photograph is of part of the South Australian section of the Australia’s extremely long Dog Fence. The Dingo Fence or Dog Fence is a pest-exclusion fence that was built in Australia during the 1880s and finished in 1885, to keep dingoes out of the relatively fertile … Continue reading