These are some pictures of my recent visit to Killiney (Irish: Cill Iníon Léinín, meaning “Church of the Daughters of Léinín”). Killiney is located about 30 minutes on the train from Dublin city centre. For many centuries the major part of the district was the property of the Talbot de Malahide family, some of the…… Continue reading A little bit of Italy on the Irish coast
This gallery exhibits some of what I feel are the better pictures that I have taken over the years. Copyright Craig Considine
At the abandoned village of Port. One of the most serene places I have ever visited. Click to enlarge.
Taken at Maghera Beach in northwest Ireland. Click to enlarge.
Taken in the spring of 2011 in the beautiful coastal village of Kinsale, Ireland.
That’s me at Royal Holloway, University of London (spring 2008).
Taken in Prague, Spring 2011
My Ma just showed me the journal that she kept along the ride. Notice as well some of the great pictures. My favourite is the one of the two Irish men with the bicycle. Interestingly, my parents visited Trinity College Dublin (where I now teach and research). One of the pictures is where I often…… Continue reading Personal: The time my Ma and Dad went to Ireland (circa 1980)
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I’m at home, relaxing, with all my books, surrounded by so much potential knowledge that I’m really not even sure where to begin. Overwhelming at times, as you could imagine.
This was an outstanding event and, according to many, the best launch of the Journal of Postgraduate Research (JPR) to date (no doubt the cover was the best ever). Many thanks to our panel members, especially Senator David Norris, for lighting up the audience with his wit and charm. I also can’t forget to congratulate our…… Continue reading Pictures of TCD JPR Vol. XI launch
Mel and I decided to take a day trip to Dún Laoghaire, partly because we wanted to, but also because our buddy Robbie Fry (great photographer) had to give me a CD of pictures from an event last week. Will blog about that soon. Mel had been to Dún Laoghaire, but this was my first time. I…… Continue reading Day trip to Dún Laoghaire
I’ve just created a new page to showcase some of the photographs I’ve taken throughout the course of my travels since 2007. You can check it here or see above.