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Us in Us!

Myself, Ryan and Peter all made it into Ray D’Arcy’s photography book, US! I bought the book today in Waterstones after my brother texted me to tell me it was on sale. Some of the images are amazing!
I got several shots into the book and I’m delighted!

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By Donncha

Donncha Ó Caoimh is a software developer at Automattic and WordPress plugin developer. He posts photos at In Photos and can also be found on Google+ and Twitter.

7 replies on “Us in Us!”

Wow, congrats!! I kinda got myself involved in a feast of rugby today, and didn’t get off the sofa to step outside the door for a walk, let alone head out to buy the book! Hope to get my hands on it tomorrow though, looking forward to seeing all your work!

[…] Donncha mentions at least 3 Cork bloggers are in “Us”. The latest consumer product from the Ray D’Arcy show is a photography book called “Us” and I’m thinking I’ll buy a few of them as it’ll make some good consolation prizes for the Irish Blog Awards. Well done to Donncha, Ryan and Peter. Technorati Tags: blogawards books donncha irishblogs photography photos ryan […]

[…] Well, according to donncha one of my photos made it into the Today FM book, Us, along with himself and ryan! Wow! Of course it’s probably some sort of misunderstanding, he probably got me mixed up with someone else I’ll be going into town today to check it out if it’s available anywhere. If it’s true I’ll be over the moon! […]

i think you had 9 photos all told in the book Donncha – we looked thru it on saturday. Well done!

Makes me wish I’d sent in shots, rather than taking a load, remembering 2 weeks later, and sending in some good-ish ones the day after the deadline. I think 4 out of the 5 i sent would have been at best good enough only for the grid of 10×10, but i liked one of ’em… 🙂

the land of blarney. my question is, why is the grass so green there. My friend just got back from uk sunday, couldn’t believe how green the grass was. I just said, maybe it needs more chlorophyll cause there is less sun? or maybe the dirt is better than in us. who knows 🙂

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