England And Ireland

Fine Art Digitally Stylized Photography by oliver

This series is somewhat a return to the early Scenic Visions viewpoint, but of course updated by many years of explorations in between. While Scenic Visions continues, this body of work is topically about England and Ireland, which has some of the Urban clash of the old and new. Old in England and Ireland has a different meaning than in the United States for example the new church sometimes referred to a church built in 800A.D.or so.





The England Ireland portfolio comprises over 250 images at the moment. However, various
constraints and the need to do a major update to how the underlying web site functions, only the images
from FotoFest 2012 are presented here. The people at NetStar Telecommunications (my web host for many many years
- use them if you can, great people all - particularly Bill) are being very helpful in supporting this older version
and new upgrade. Look for the new website, which should include lots of new images served by database in
the late spring, early summer 2012. Should be easier to maintain, update, more robust and secure. Hopefully,
pretty simple - just add a new image to the database!



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Diving Dreams

Silhouettes

Scenic Visions

Urbans

England & Ireland




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