Photograph of the day – Wise words

Wise words

Photographer and visual artist based in Belfast.
I have facilitated community based workshops with groups as diverse as visually impaired individuals in Dungannn, Travellers across Northern Ireland, Young Offenders and many community groups across Belfast.
My work has exhibited extensively here in Northern Ireland in group and individual shows and has been shown in North America and i had my first solo international exhibition in New Zealand. I have been the recipient of a number of grants from the Arts Council Northern Ireland.
I’ll be blogging about Arts and Culture, primarily in Belfast
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  • pinni

    So what are you saying, the Irish are blind?

  • Cynic

    It doesn’t mention two eyes and both feet ion the past?

  • HeinzGuderian

    ‘You can lead a horse to water………….But a pencil must be lead’ !! Stan Laurel

  • A nation that keeps
    one eye on the past
    was wised
    A nation that keeps
    two eyes on the past
    was blinded
    A nation that keeps
    one eye on the present
    is reminded
    A nation that keeps
    two eyes on the present
    is surprised
    A nation that keeps
    one eye on the future
    will be prized
    A nation that keeps
    two eyes on the future
    will be despised
    But where two nations refuse to share their past, present and future,
    and exchange an eye for an eye
    until there were none
    they shall remain forever at the crossroads, nations of conjuncture.

  • Carson’s Cat

    I love the smell of a cliche in the morning.

  • Christy Walsh

    Ok, how many eyes have we got to play with?

  • RepublicanStones

    Would that be our marching brethren you’re referring too cynic?

  • Greenflag

    When your eyes don’t see what your ears hear and when your ears don’t hear what your eyes see, then you know that the media is either lying or is so embedded with the establishment viewpoint that all you hear and see is spin 😉

  • RepublicanStones

    Larry Flynt would say three.