optic (v) – zap

Zap of colour, zap of light. There’s something about these photos that reminds me of a train of thought; if you’re anything like me, you know what it’s like to have 400 thoughts spinning around your head at once. I feel that the first photo in particular is an accurate representation of my brain almost all the time.

optic (iv) | melting mazes

Would you believe it, the snow has returned to Ireland! This happens so rarely that I had to document it.

This period of time also marks the beginning of the end of my college career; perhaps the title ‘melting mazes’ has a double meaning. I hope that this is the end of so much confusion, doubt and entrapment. I didn’t enjoy my chosen degree at all.

I know that leaving college will probably bring even more uncertainty my way, but let’s cross that bridge when we come to it…

And, of course, happy belated St. Patrick’s Day! Or as we say in the Irish language, ‘Lá ‘le Pádraig sona daoibh’ (law leh paw-drig sun-ah deev).

Love and luck,

Clodagh X

optic (iii) | unexpected heaven

Snow and the month of March do not go hand in hand (in Ireland, anyway), but over the past week the whole country has been blanketed in white. Personally I adore snow, hence the title above. Who knows when we’ll see it again?

 

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optic (i) – ages

As you may remember, I said I was going to start posting ‘photosets’ more often. Well, here we are! I’ve decided to call the series ‘optic’. The following pictures were taken at Blessington Lakes, just outside Dublin (Ireland).

‘ages’ ; nature, lifetime, the nature of life. 

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