Amazing set of photos from In Focus commemorating the moon landing 45 years ago. You’ll have seen some, but I’d guess not all. I couldn’t help but look at several of the photos, like the one below, for several minutes. There’s just so much to take in, and then you think, my god, it’s the Moon!
I can see myself watching this daily for a week, looking for more and more of Cork’s oddities.
What I love most about perspectives like this is the inside of city blocks, the cramped mess of buildings that they end up, but usually with little cubbies of light and even greenery. Speaking of which, I had absolutely no idea there was that much green behind Shandon. None. Really must pop in there some day, I’ve put it off for years.
Well done that man. I’d love to know what quad he has, the handling and video are, again, superb. The comments say it’s DJI Phantom, but given the flight time and distance, I’m skeptical. Whatever it is, it puts the cheap Chinese heap I bought to try to shame. :)
Donncha posted this photo of the Father Mathew statue from around 1900, but feck that, look at Pana, it’s barely recognisable!
Brilliant visualisation of losses and gains in WW2. Although quite why they did it in Paint is beyond me.