Oughavel Church Ruins, A Sneak Peak….

Oughavel Church Ruins

 

So here we are another week gone by and another entry for the ‘Monochrome Madness Challenge’, over on Leanne Cole‘s blog. Last week I entered a sneak peak from a series of shots taken at BallyAdams Castle in Laois. So this week I thought another sneak peak would be in order. I had shot Oughavel Church before in mono, but I happened to pass by recently on a field trip around Laois and decided to re shoot it to publish as This is one of those shots which I really like in mono. Watch out for the colour set over the next few weeks.

Leanne is not only is she a fantastic photographer, but a great tutor as well. So if you like this image or even Black & White shots in general why not head on over to Leanne’s blog and check out the variety of stunning B&W images from this weeks,

Monochrome Madness Challenge,

For these and more of my images, why not visit my Website or join me on Facebook or Twitter.

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About edmooneyphotography

Photographer, Blogger, Ruinhunter, with an unhealthy obsession for history, mythology and the arcane.
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11 Responses to Oughavel Church Ruins, A Sneak Peak….

  1. Glad you are keeping up with entries – been lousy here for IR which is my main source of B&W shooting.

  2. Rajiv says:

    I did send some stuff to Leanne Cole…

  3. Reblogged this on The Writer's Workshop Blog and commented:
    Anyone fancy writing a piece of Flash Fiction, 300 words, based on photographer Ed Mooney’s eerie shot? Read his post to get more info on the image.

  4. Thank you for liking “Fluffy Bunny Overload.” Great photo! 🙂 I am glad it was included in another one of Leanne Cole’s “Monochrome Madness Challenge” posts.

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