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

The Displaced Nation

Ed Mooney 1,000 words Collage Canon zoom lens; photo credit: Morguefiles; Ed Mooney in front of the ruins of Ducketts Grove, County Carlow (photo credit: Ed Mooney). Welcome to our monthly series “A picture says…”, created to celebrate expats and other global residents for whom photography is a creative outlet. The series host is English expat, blogger, writer, world traveler and photography enthusiast James King, who thinks of a camera as a mirror with memory. If you like what you see here, be sure to check out his blog, Jamoroki.

My guest this month is 38-year-old Irishman Edward (Ed) Mooney. His story is quite different from previous guests for several reasons, the main one being that he is not an expat. On the contrary, he travels within the confines of his native Ireland.

That said, Ed does cross boundaries, at least in a temporal sense. He loves nothing more than…

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About edmooneyphotography

Photographer, Blogger, Ruinhunter, with an unhealthy obsession for history, mythology and the arcane.
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6 Responses to For this intrepid Irish “ruin hunter,” a picture says…

  1. Helen C says:

    Great interview. Now I am not only lucky enough to enjoy your photos, but also blessed to get to know you. I am so happy today!

  2. slpsharon says:

    Very good interview. Congratulations.

  3. Ali Isaac says:

    Great interview Ed! Well done!

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