The Ruinhunter is back, with a Medieval Adventure.

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I cant believe its been over three months since I last posted. I would love to say that I got lost on one of my Ruin hunts and ended up having an adventure, but sadly that was not the case. Thank you to those whom kept in touch, you know who you are and I greatly appreciated it. Between my new found love of Kettlebell training to improve my fitness and a few other issues along the way, I found it increasingly more difficult to get out shooting. But the good news is, ‘I’m Back’, Stronger and raring to go. So you can expect to see a hell of a lot more from me within the next week or so. I have got three months of exploring to catch up on and some really cool and interesting sites lined up to explore and share with you.

So to kick of my fresh start, I would like to share with you a guest post I recently did for my good pal and fellow Irish blogger, Ali Isaac Storyteller. It covers a period of my life prior to my photographyΒ as a medieval re-enactor and hopefully gives you a little taste of what life was like back then and of course the weapons used. For those of you whom dont already know Ali, we have been following each other for some time now, and both share a love for Ireland with its ancient history, mythology and lore. Ali is also quite the acomplished author, with some great works already published. So why not head on over to Ali’s blog and check out my first article for 2015, Combat in Medieval Ireland. I hope you enjoy it, and please feel free to comment πŸ™‚

For these and more of my images, why not visit myΒ WebsiteΒ or join me onΒ FacebookΒ orΒ Twitter.

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About edmooneyphotography

Photographer, Blogger, Ruinhunter, with an unhealthy obsession for history, mythology and the arcane.
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72 Responses to The Ruinhunter is back, with a Medieval Adventure.

  1. Good to see you again, Ed.

  2. Welcome back, Ed. Was getting a bit worried. Hadn’t seen any of your great pics lately.

  3. Welcome back ! πŸ™‚

  4. feralc4t says:

    Welcome back, I am looking forward to some more moody dark B/W’s

  5. rjmackin says:

    Welcome back Ed!

  6. Sue says:

    Great to see you back, Ed – looking forward to seeing more moody, monochrome mouldering stones!

  7. Great to hear from you Ed. I missed your posts. Hope you’re ok and I can’t wait to see your next set of ruins.

  8. Pieces of 8 says:

    Glad you’re back on the scene! Looking forward to more beautiful ruins and interesting festive updates.

  9. blosslyn says:

    Good to see you back πŸ™‚

  10. Tish Farrell says:

    I missed you and your ruins, Ed. Nice to see you back.

  11. Tish Farrell says:

    I missed you and your ruins, Ed. Nice to see you back.

  12. beetleypete says:

    I did notice your absence, but that’s not unusual in the blogging world.
    (I am glad that you have a logo of kettle-bells on this page, as I had no idea what they were!)
    Looking forward to seeing some new shots, and glad that your time away was only because you were busy with other stuff.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Thanks Pete, its great to be back, As I was’nt out shooting I did get to try my hand at creating various graphics and logo’s. But now its time to get back too what I really enjoy πŸ™‚

  13. Welcome back Ed, you have been missed…looking forward to your return to ruin hunting adventures.

  14. Rajiv says:

    Welcome back old friend… You have been hibernating… I actually did a post in your honour around the time you went underground

    • Ah Thanks Rajiv, its been far too long, but I hope to make up for it over the next few months. Have you got a link to that post, sorry Imissed it. I would love to see it πŸ™‚

      • Rajiv says:

        Yeah… I will dig it out and send it to you..

        How is the weather in July? In Ireland.. I am thinking of shooting some ghost spots of Delhi, and it would be cool if you would be interested in shooting some similar places at the same time.

        If July is too hot and sunny, then winter?

        Assuming you think it is a good idea

        • Now your speaking my language. Weather here can be unpredictable, sometimes we get all four seasons in one day, lol. That is a great idea, and I have some great places to explore. How many sites where you thinking off?

  15. Glad to see your face (and photos) again, Ed! I hope you are feeling well.

  16. sariscorner says:

    I already missed you… went over to your facebook once in between and saw a post from Leanne asking how you are and saw that you did answer so I thought I just patiently wait until you are ready! Welcome back!

  17. hfryan says:

    very glad to see you back, Ed. I was wondering…

  18. aidymcglynn says:

    Brilliant article Ed. Welcome back.

  19. Jewels says:

    Welcome back Ed! πŸ™‚

  20. seaangel4444 says:

    It is wonderful to see you back! I sure missed your wonderful work!! Big welcome back to the blogosphere! Big hugs, Cher xo

  21. Debunker says:

    FΓ‘ilte ar ais, a chara! You had me worried there! πŸ™‚

  22. wildninja says:

    Glad to have you back!

  23. Welcome Back! Look forward to your posts!

  24. CJ Murdoch says:

    Yeah!!! I missed your photos! All the best! πŸ™‚

  25. belshade says:

    Welcome back Ed. – was just about to drop you another note – looking forward to more of Ireland’s past. Glad you are fit and well and full of “get up and go”. Des.

  26. welcome back Ed! you joined the fianna I see so you have been busy!! Looking forward to your images again.

  27. J.S.Reinitz says:

    Good to see you back, I was starting to wonder what happened to you. Your guest piece inspired me to dig out my collection of live steel and dust it off.

  28. Rea Kit says:

    Hi! Thank you for dropping by my blog and for liking my posts! I hope you’ll enjoy my blog! I love your photos! πŸ™‚

  29. themofman says:

    Hey! I too am a Shotokan karateka. Of all the Southeast Asian martial arts that I’ve been involved with, that is my native style.

  30. jamoroki says:

    I wondered where you’d been.

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