THE BIG INTERVIEW

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For this intrepid Irish “ruin hunter,” a picture says…

This has been in the pipeline for some time now and its finally here, my very first interview, I am really stoked about this. A number of weeks ago I was approached by fellow blogger James King about doing an interview on my work for The Displaced Nation. The Displaced Nation is a collective of  like minded individuals whom share a passion for what they call the “displaced life” of global residency and travel. This also includes creative pursuits such as writing, art, food, business or even humor. Aside from being a blogger, James is also a writer and fellow photographer. It was a great honor to be asked and I found that it helped me to take time out and reflect on what I am doing.So why not stop by and check out the entire interview, by clicking on the link below. Any comments or thoughts would be greatly appreciated, I love getting feedback, so don’t be shy.

THE BIG INTERVIEW

 

About edmooneyphotography

Photographer, Blogger, Ruinhunter, with an unhealthy obsession for history, mythology and the arcane.
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52 Responses to THE BIG INTERVIEW

  1. Sue Vincent says:

    Congratulations 🙂

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  2. Thanks for telline me about the intwrview – I was captured by the photography but also by the stories. I have always loved history – and ruins (do the two go together?). I have wanted to visit Ireland for many years (family connection) but now you have really whetted my appetite for exploring the lesd well known side of Ireland. At least I know who to ask when I finally get my ticket 🙂 Thanks for the fabulous photography – always great.
    Susan x

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  3. ksbeth says:

    wonderful, ed. you gave a great interview and i love the stories that were included, especially the last one with your ghost encounter. you seem a very natural photographer and journalist of these experiences. )

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  4. Mjollnir says:

    Fame at last young Edward! And well-deserved too 😀

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  5. rjmackin says:

    Great interview! The heritage awareness group really has an unfortunate acronym!

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  6. Great interview, Ed. Big thumbs up! 🙂

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  7. Dawn says:

    Congratulations – always nice to read the thought process of another photographer. Thank you for taking the time to document the history of Ireland. It matters.

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  8. chirose says:

    Way cool.!! Congrats 🙂

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  9. Good interview Ed – glad to know a bit more about you!

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  10. quarksire says:

    2 kewl fer skewl 🙂

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  11. Great interview. You deserve every praise!

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  12. Verra nice! I’m clicking right over. Congratulations!!

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  13. suzbolton says:

    How exciting! Congratulations!

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  14. Dalo 2013 says:

    Great interview and great stories told…wonderful stuff and congratulations!

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  15. wildninja says:

    I’m still cracking up about what your son said– “that’s where the vampires live.” What I appreciate is that you make your hobby a family affair and use it to educate your children. So many people in our generation don’t have a good appreciation of the past; we’re too busy with ourselves or being “progressive.” It’s great to know that your children will grow up understanding their heritage and why it is important to protect historical sites.

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  16. Great interview, Ed! A natural!
    The camera-strap incident was very scary: the pesky vampires again! Great stuff!

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  17. Aine says:

    Loved the interview…nice job! Have a great weekend 🙂

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  18. Dusty Roads says:

    Congratulations. Nice job

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  19. Mick & Pam says:

    Great read… Well done.

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  20. mengeleblog says:

    Congratulations !

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  21. Congratulations, Ed. This is a real feather in your cap!

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  22. themofman says:

    It’s a congratulations from me also, Ed.

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