nialljules

Hi I'm Niall and I'm an Irish guy based in the UK. I love photographry and am addicted to Instagram. All my photos on this feed are taken and edited on my iPhone/iPad Mini. Thanks for stopping by! Oh and check out my Instacanvas gallery as well :) instacanv.as/nialljules
Ightham Mote, a lovely #medieval manor house in the #Kent countryside. Surrounded by water on all sides, the manor had £10m spent on it during an extensive restoration which was featured on Channel 4’s Time Team.  (at Ightham Mote)

Ightham Mote, a lovely #medieval manor house in the #Kent countryside. Surrounded by water on all sides, the manor had £10m spent on it during an extensive restoration which was featured on Channel 4’s Time Team. (at Ightham Mote)

Indicator on a #Mercedes SE280 3.5ltr V8 coupe. A grand vehicle from the glory days of high quality Mercedes production. Would love to have one in the garage. Spotted at a car show over the weekend. 
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Taken with Panasonic GH3 and 25mm Leica lens.  (at Chelsfield Lane Orpington)

Indicator on a #Mercedes SE280 3.5ltr V8 coupe. A grand vehicle from the glory days of high quality Mercedes production. Would love to have one in the garage. Spotted at a car show over the weekend.
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Taken with Panasonic GH3 and 25mm Leica lens. (at Chelsfield Lane Orpington)

With the Shard nearby it’s easy to forget that Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital in #London can be quite photographic. Lots of shapes and lines in this view.  (at Guy’s Hospital)

With the Shard nearby it’s easy to forget that Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital in #London can be quite photographic. Lots of shapes and lines in this view. (at Guy’s Hospital)

I didn’t get to see the tall ships when they visited #Greenwich which was a shame. This was the closest I got. The ship is the symbol for Peter Hills School in #Rotherhithe #London. (at Peter Hills Primary School)

I didn’t get to see the tall ships when they visited #Greenwich which was a shame. This was the closest I got. The ship is the symbol for Peter Hills School in #Rotherhithe #London. (at Peter Hills Primary School)

"Give me fuel give me fire give me that which I desire" - #DodgeCharger #Metallica

A classic 1969 Dodge Charger at the Kent Classic Car Show today. An excellent show with a great selections of cars on display.  (at The Friars, Aylesford Priory)

"Give me fuel give me fire give me that which I desire" - #DodgeCharger #Metallica

A classic 1969 Dodge Charger at the Kent Classic Car Show today. An excellent show with a great selections of cars on display. (at The Friars, Aylesford Priory)

An extremely rare and beautiful 1938 #Talbot-Lago T150C-SS. One of many stunning #cars at the Hampton Court Palace Concours of Elegance. 
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Shot taken with Panasonic GH3, 14mm pancake lens & edited with Snapseed & PS Express.  (at Hampton Court Palace)

An extremely rare and beautiful 1938 #Talbot-Lago T150C-SS. One of many stunning #cars at the Hampton Court Palace Concours of Elegance.
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Shot taken with Panasonic GH3, 14mm pancake lens & edited with Snapseed & PS Express. (at Hampton Court Palace)

#Ferrari #Daytona at the Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace #London. There was a superb selection of some of the worlds rarest cars on display over the weekend.  (at Hampton Court Palace)

#Ferrari #Daytona at the Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace #London. There was a superb selection of some of the worlds rarest cars on display over the weekend. (at Hampton Court Palace)

The covered walk outside the #Chapel of St Peter & St Paul at the Old Naval College in #Greenwich #London (at Chapel of St Peter and St Paul, Greenwich)

The covered walk outside the #Chapel of St Peter & St Paul at the Old Naval College in #Greenwich #London (at Chapel of St Peter and St Paul, Greenwich)

at Chapel of St Peter and St Paul, Greenwich

at Chapel of St Peter and St Paul, Greenwich

The badge of an old Murphy #radio from the days when people listened to “the wireless”. They were once a common sight in houses across #Ireland in 1950s,60s & 70s. This one belongs to my Dad. It hasn’t worked in 40 years or more. One day I’ll get it restored.

The badge of an old Murphy #radio from the days when people listened to “the wireless”. They were once a common sight in houses across #Ireland in 1950s,60s & 70s. This one belongs to my Dad. It hasn’t worked in 40 years or more. One day I’ll get it restored.