Here’s a shot that I quite like of an isolated yellow flower that dominates the seashore around Galway throughout the summer. If anybody can help me identify what the name of the flower actually is, it’d be much appreciated!
Thanks to everybody that’s been checking out my blog lately, I’m consistently getting some pretty decent numbers of people viewing my work, so I’m a reasonably happy man of late. What I do lack however on this site, is the ability to personalise things like the layout according to my own whims. In order to be able to take control of the content of my site, I’ve been studying web design for the last few months. As a result of my studies, I’ve decided that it’s about time to put up a website all of my own to try to showcase my photos in the best light and maybe even add a facility for people to buy some of my work. I’ll be keeping my daily blog going of course (posting daily photos can get quite addictive) but I’ll also be working on a main site which is probably going to be making use of my domain www.feargalnorton.com. I’m not sure how it’s going to pan out exactly, but just in case anybody is wondering why the site isn’t so reliable or they are getting pointed to a page under construction, they can be rest assured that they are only experiencing some teething problems with my site launch.
Hopefully I’ll have everything back in order before anybody notices the difference. Meanwhile, why not enjoy this picture of a bee…
Here’s an extra post today of some photographs that I took today with Giulia Priori, the model and stylist for a quick shoot this evening making the most of a rare glimpse of sunshine on a windy day down by the Claddagh. The sailor theme is for a student fashion project with a theme centred around the Volvo Ocean Race which is returning to Galway in 2012.