Toormore Dolmen #2

Quite a different image of the altar wedge tomb overlooking Toormore Bay in West Cork which is said to date from the late Neolithic or early Bronze Age – making it around 4,500 years old. As the name indicates, it was originally a pre-historic burial site. But during the period of the Penal Laws in the 16th and 17th centuries …

Voyager

Voyager, a ten-foot bronze sculpture by the internationally acclaimed artist Linda Brunker, greets the rising sun on the promenade at Laytown. The intricately-wrought work which gazes eastwards over the Irish Sea has become synonymous with the village since it was installed in 2004. A slightly earlier version of Voyager has, since 2002, been facing in a westerly direction towards the …

Serendipity, Barcelona

Sometimes images just fall into place. I think the word for it is serendipity. This is one from my first visit to Barcelona – many years ago now. It was taken close to the entrance of the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. What caught my eye was the bronze sculpture and how it sat nicely within the lines of ornate …

Henry Moore Foundation

Henry Moore was probably the greatest of all modern British sculptors. This image was shot at the Henry Moore Foundation in the wonderfully-named Hertfordshire village of Much Hadham on a very overcast day. This enormous outdoor bronze sculpture comes from his Internal/External series which features very prominently in his huge body of work.