Tag: Darius Ivan

‘Are You Ready for Galway 2020 Craic?’ | Vox-pop 360 in the Claddagh Quay

Galway is becoming the Capital of Culture in Europe 2020 | For the ‘Craic’ we took an opportunity to talk to the strangers around Claddagh Quay and managed the spherical Vox-Pop ‘ARE YOU READY FOR GALWAY2020 CRAIC?’ Turning one autumn 2019 suny afternoon into the piece of my #VR360 videography reflecting the feelings of random voxpopers ready to face reality of the #Galway2020 #Craic…

Macnas 2019 on Salmon Weir in Galway 360

Galway’s own magical street spectacle of Macnas as captured on Salmon Weir Bridge starting their 2019 Halloween Show | Background Music by a busker from the 1st November 2019 evening in Shop street

Connemara Lake in Autumn

In the forestry in mountains where Connemara begins between Oughterard and Roseville 360 degrees of the sphere on Seecon Lake

What’s The Craic? Galway2020?

Galway is just about to become capital of the Culture in Europe, starting with exciting programme in February 2020 https://youtu.be/XUmGXyrX2qI The Craic in Galway is here today, with some pictures of Galway in 2019, 2005 and good chance to be around again in 2021 photos.app.goo.gl/siihMHM8cDRTT4AQ8

Artania Cruise in Galway during ‘Die grose Reise rund um Grosbritannien’

MS Artania visiting the city of tribes Galway on a 14 days trip around the British Islands in Sunday 25th August 2019 departing  in Bremerhaven (Bremen) on 19th August Artania captured in Galway on Sunday 25th August 2019 on 14 days, round-trip ‘Die grose Reise rund um Grosbritannien’ departing in Bremenhaffen on August 19th The 44,656-ton, 1,200-passenger cruise ship Artania was built in 1984 (in Helsinki) as the MS Royal Princess for Princess Cruises Named ‘Royal Princes’ by the Princes of Wales, Lady Diana | On Sunday 25th August 35 years old cruise ship stopping in Galway while on 14 days round around British Islands | on the photo is the beauty captured from […]

‘You Ride That Horse So Well…’ busking Katie O’Connor

‘Ride On’ song by Christy Moore performed by Katie O’Connor busking in the Quay Street of Galway #Video360 is blending the spheres of Galway, the City of Tribes with the pictures of the water rescue team in action on the river Corrib #360Today between the O’Briens and Wolfe Tone bridges #Galway 2019 #Galway360 #360Today #TheCraic360

Orbital Picnic on the Salmon Weir of the River Corrib

Galway International Festival 2019 – Picnic on The River Corrib with the sound of Orbital in the Big Top

“Irish People Love Statues It’s in Our DNA” Brian Hughes of Abbeyglen Castle Hotel take on Heathrow Airport based, transatlantic explorers’ monument back in Connemara

Alcock and Brown Back To Clifden | Experience the area of the First Transatlantic Flight landing Welcome to the north west Galway town of Clifden where just 100 years and a month ago the very first transatlantic flight finished afterless than 72 consecutive hours British aviators John Alcock and Arthur Brown made the first non-stop transatlantic flight in June 1919.[1] They flew a modified First World War Vickers Vimy[2]bomber from St. John’s, Newfoundland, to Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland.[3] The Secretary of State for Air, Winston Churchill, presented them with the Daily Mail prize for the first crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by aeroplane in “less than 72 consecutive hours”.[4] A small amount of mail was carried on the flight, making it the first transatlantic airmail flight. The two […]

Galway Fringe Festival 2019 Potters Market Started | #Video360

Irish Potters Landed on Spanish Arch Today for the First Weekend of #GalwayFringe2019 | Dive into the sphere of the ClayLand on the River Corrib, full 360 degrees around

Alcock and Brown Back To Clifden | Experience the area of the First Transatlantic Flight landing

Welcome to the north west Galway town of Clifden where just 100 years and a month ago the very first transatlantic flight finished afterless than 72 consecutive hours British aviators John Alcock and Arthur Brown made the first non-stop transatlantic flight in June 1919.[1] They flew a modified First World War Vickers Vimy[2]bomber from St. John’s, Newfoundland, to Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland.[3] The Secretary of State for Air, Winston Churchill, presented them with the Daily Mail prize for the first crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by aeroplane in “less than 72 consecutive hours”.[4] A small amount of mail was carried on the flight, making it the first transatlantic airmail flight. The two aviators were awarded the honour of Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire […]

The Loners on the Longwalk and Galway Fringe 2019 Craic

Loners at the Longwalk in #GalwayFringe2019, Depeche Mode Sound where everything counts in large amounts ‘So you’ve been to Bangkok, right? Tell me something about… The girls are apparently swimming in aquariums there… | Sure they really swim there naked… | And how much it cost there?’ – passage from the Czech movie Samotari ‘Loners’‘YOUR CARD IS DECLINED…’ taken on record from real life in the city of Culture and Craic… The #GalwayFringe2019 Festival is happening from 15th until 28th July right here in the city of tribes #Galway2020, bringing into town a hint of accessible art for reasonable prices and some FREE craic too! The Galway Fringe Festival is one […]

Galway Cathedral zoom-in in the middle of Claddagh Quay

photos.app.goo.gl/hmnNGfLgAMgHhUZF7 Galway Cathedral zoom-in in the middle of Claddagh Quay

Galway Fringe Festival 2019 Launched

[Live broadcast] You are invited to my broadcast.

June in Galway | in the World’s Friendliest City,.. Probably

What’s the Craic? Dive into the spheres of the craic captured on a beam of light in June in and around World’s Friendliest City of Galway | welcome on the end of the world Atlantic edge Join the craic 360 in the spheres of the Streets and on skirt of The City of Tribes where thousands of tourists from around the world are blending with Galweigians into the crowds enjoying the summer in 2020 Capital of the Culture in Europe #Gailimh2020

900 Votes In the First Count – Absolute virtual election success in Galway City West for two hours

‘I was experiencing an absolute democracy and freedom when reading The Irish Times local election tally report on Sunday afternoon. I was sure, nothing could beat the 900 votes from the first counting…’ the records were replaced with the new ones after 6pm, and I would really like Pat Leahy to explain how such mistake may happen in the publishers workflow. It was one of the most powerful experiences in my life I have recorded during the Local Elections 2019 as running for the city council in Galway City West. Thank you guys who voted for me, I promise I will do my best from outside of the council… Thanks to […]