Day Trip to Dublin Zoo

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As you can imagine, I took plenty of photos at Dublin Zoo. Hundreds of animals live there, and these are just a few of my favourites. This is my third and final photography post on the zoo, so here are posts one and two in case you’re interested.

Dublin Zoo at a Distance

It’s no secret that I love animals. Taking a trip to Dublin Zoo is always so enjoyable, particularly as they have some of my favourites – meerkats and the red panda!

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Here are last weeks photos from Dublin Zoo. Make sure to follow me so you don’t miss my final post on Dublin Zoo next week!

Up Close & Personal at Dublin Zoo

To celebrate my cousin Harry’s first birthday, we recently took a trip to Dublin Zoo. Here are a few of my closer-up photos. I’ll have more published over the next couple of weeks, so be sure to follow me so you don’t miss them. 

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Pics of my Puppy!

While I am totally aware of the fact that I am becoming one of those ladies who act like their dogs are babies, I’m not sure if I care. This is my puppy, Lady. Last year y’all met her (well, virtually you did). Since then, she’s grown to be a big but still ridiculously playful little thing… and she’s still teething (oh the pain joy). She’s still as adorable as always, so after spending a lot of time looking through her fantabulous photos, I’ve come up with a few of the best ones.

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Slán!

Christmas at Disney!

At last, it’s time for the Christmas photos! These have got to be some of my favourite photos that I took in Disneyland Paris – not that I don’t like the others too!

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Hint: If you liked these, I’ve more on my blog anseo.

Disney After Dark

As you can imagine, I took quite a few photos during my trip to Disneyland Paris this week. I’ll have more up in a few days, but to start us off here’s “Disney After Dark.”

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Time For Some Pictures.

As you may know, this semester I’m taking a narrative production module. For part of the class, we’ve to submit three photographs. One has to be noir, one chiaroscuro and one modern high-key. Yesterday I had the pleasure of using my friend Marolyn as my model for the project. I thought I’d share the photos here, as I’m really quite fond of them.

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Thanks to Marolyn and my lecturer Tom for helping me (although neither of yee will likely ever see this – but anyways)!