Author: George Munday Creative

  • “I am not a number”

    “I am not a number”

    The beautiful beach that appeared in “The Prisoner”, a cult TV series launched on British TV screens in 1966, in Canada the following year and in the USA in 1968. The story followed a British secret agent (Patrick McGoohan), who, after angrily resigning from his job prepares to make a hurried departure from the country…

  • The Mystical Liver Birds…

    The Mystical Liver Birds…

    Why are these two mythical birds perched on the clock towers of the Royal Liver Building on Liverpool waterfront?

  • La Boveda..

    La Boveda..

    Sitting on a rocky prominence, the Old Town in Salobreña is a cluster of whitewashed houses and steep narrow streets leading up to a tenth-century Moorish castle, called ‘Castillo de Salobreña’.

  • Solitude


    “Solitary trees, if they grow at all, grow strong,” said Winston Churchill

  • Boredom


    It’s a dog’s life: with boredom preceding, during and after fishing

  • Oystercatchers…


    From an earlier life, living on the Copper Coast in Ireland’s County Waterford. Ballydowane cove was my daily lunchtime go-to place, whatever the weather. The more stormy, the more enjoyable it was. The birds liked it too because big waves disturb the shore exposing more tasty treats. As did the horseman on my first blog…

  • The Murder Window

    The Murder Window

    A lone visitor enters the gatehouse of Castle Roche, a brooding hilltop ruin harbouring a little known tale of an ambitious and ruthless 13th century woman who would stop at nothing …

  • Theatrical Boredom…

    Theatrical Boredom…

    It’s been said boredom always precedes a period of great creativity, perhaps the sculptor caught an apparently dozing Molière just prior to a burst of great inspiration ! Known by the stage name Molière, Jan-Baptista Poquelin (1622-1673),  was a French playwright, actor, and poet, widely regarded as one of the greatest writers in French and world…

  • Wind Sculpture

    Wind Sculpture

    Hawthorn silhouetted against shafting evening sun, from “Waterford A County Revealed”

  • The Blues

    The Blues
  • Castle by Moonlight

    Castle by Moonlight

    Looking like the archetypal haunted castle, Kilkea is located in County Kildare, Ireland, a medieval stronghold of the Fitzgeralds, Earls of Kildare.

  • Heaven’s Gate

    Heaven’s Gate
  • Dawn Walk

    Dawn Walk

    An early summer morning stroll below sculptural street lamps lining the promenade in Tramore, a seaside town in County Waterford, on the southeast coast of Ireland. With humble origins as a small fishing village, it saw rapid development upon the arrival of the railway from Waterford City in 1853 attracting visitors from Dublin in summer…

  • Stormy day on Brighton Pier.

    Stormy day on Brighton Pier.

    Brighton Palace Pier emanates an old fashioned British seaside charm even in the midst of wild, wet, windy weather – and despite the climate remains popular, with over four million visitors per year (in normal times). Since opening in 1899, the pier has been featured in many works of British culture, including the gangster thriller…

  • Solitude


    In 2007 I ran my first workshop in a tiny village called Cruzy in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France. During the late afternoon I’d get the participants to explore the village entirely on their own with the criteria of photographing their impression of the community, carefully considering each shot and keeping to as few shots…