IMRA Photo Moments


AuthorDateMessage
Mick HanneyMay 31, 11:13pmPity we don't have the ability to put comments on photos, so a separate thread has to suffice. Captured this at Brockagh last night.
http://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/61557
Thought some Braveheart type face paint was being worn :-)
Jeff SwordsJun 1, 9:53amHa, looks like a faceplant happened somewhere along the way !
Jason KehoeJun 1, 10:13amNice catch Mick!

Been there, done that, got the IMRA t-shirt, all the signs of the classic Braveheart faceplant alright. Lucky it was on the beautiful soft slopes of Brockagh. Could have been a nasty spill with several trips to the hospital and dentist ensuing.
Paul JoyceJun 1, 6:39pm
http://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/60713/

Brilliant photo, its like a modern day Jack Yeats painting.
Mick HanneyJun 1, 6:54pmI kinda like this one. Runner in full flow heading away from the camera downhill on the springy ground.

http://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/61516/

I'm thankful to John for some pointers to help with my amateur camera work the other day too.

Jason MooreJun 1, 7:38pmwell mick its not war paint i have on,i actually fell and went face down into muck,and the caption i would put with that pic you got of me is,THANK GOD THAT WASNT COW DUNG.well done on all pics you got that night
Mick HanneyJun 1, 7:47pmGood man Jason. Indeed, it could have been worse.
Alan AylingJun 5, 10:22amhttp://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/61910/

"Like a Batt out of hell"...
Paul O'GradyJun 5, 1:12pmhttp://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/25510/

I honestly thought I had broken my ankle - my foot had twisted inwards so much that my actual ankle bone hit the path - just as well John Shiels was there (to take the photo!!)
Ronan HickeyJun 5, 2:58pmGreat thread idea!

http://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/58077/

Surely the "Legalize It" campaign's next poster!?

Ro
Joe LalorJun 5, 3:56pmNow we know what is in the pipe
aidan roeJun 6, 5:00pmwould explain a lot. Class.
Spawn of the Pipe (DK)Jun 6, 7:44pm"Explains a lot", you reckon ?
John CondonJun 7, 11:55pmhttp://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/62312/

"it's on the tip of me tongue"
Mick HanneyJun 17, 3:50pmThis is the way all races should end.

http://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/62775/
Brian O'MurchuJun 17, 11:10pmThat kind of move (of the last photo) would have gotten at DQ for Bray
Hazel ThompsonJun 18, 5:50pmPeter???

http://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/62776/
Jason KehoeJun 19, 5:56pmWhat? you don't see him?

Pull out, stop, wait, track in, stop, enhance reflection, zoom, pan right, find a water droplet, zoom 80, enhance reflection, stop, rotate 170, zoom 220.

There's Peter right there!
Peter O'FarrellJun 19, 6:54pmYep Hazel - Bernard is beside me in the photo and the sound you can hear is two grown men wailing with the realisation we're on the wrong hill...
Justin ReaJun 19, 7:16pmAnd when I saw the three leaders heading up Mullacor and Peter with the map flapping away in his hand as he powered past the other two I thought: Winner all right. . .
Brendan LawlorJun 24, 3:31pmhttp://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/63371/

Aisling Renshaw - eat your heart out!
Peter O'FarrellJun 28, 11:03amhttp://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/64193/

love it!
Mick HanneyJul 1, 1:06pmYou know the conditions are challenging when even the dogs are wearing raincoats.

http://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/64598/
Jeff SwordsJul 23, 4:22pmAfter a hard days crime fighting Peter Farrell claimed he didn't have time to change out of his alter egos outfit, knowingly aware that his spidey abilities would be a boon to the summit of the Sugar Loaf.

http://www.imra.ie/photos/view/id/66344/


(Can't be just me that thinks it looks like someone in a spiderman suit ? )
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