Doubts Cast On Greencastle Photographer’s Red Moon Picture

Red Moon From Greencastle?

Red Moon From Greencastle?

A well known Greencastle entrepreneur, photographer and triangle player is under pressure tonight to explain away the dubious photograph he allegedly took of the unusual red moon last night from his back garden.

Diarmuid O’Develane (38) posted the photo on Facebook, after previously telling everyone in Greencastle not to take any photos of the moon as he would supply the definite Greencastle picture to the world in all its brilliance.

The picture, which raises many concerns, drew a rash of abusive comments from friends and family who went to bed early last night in the knowledge that Diarmuid was representing Greencastle with his state of the art Kodak camera. O’Develane’s uncle and former press photographer was first to comment on the supposed ‘Red Moon From Greencastle’:

“Expect us to believe that, ye bollox.”

A friend added fuel to the fire:

“The next time I see ye Diarmy I’ll ram that Kodak up yer jacksie.”

An ex-girlfriend remarked:

“Stunning. (being sarcastic).”

O’Develane finally weighed in to the debate, defending his picture:

“A lot of you people here don’t understand digital photography so I suggest yiz shut up. It was a deadly windy night and the WiFi connection was coming and going so all-in-all it’s a decent photo. I’m the one who had to stay up to 4am in the cold, drinking gin.”

A Greencastle GAA player immediately replied:

“Sure how come I saw you tweeting a picture of yourself in bed at 10:30 watching Downton Abbey, drinking gin? Get up the road, Diarmy.”

O’Develane courted controversy last year when he posted photos of himself at the World Cup in Brazil when he was actually in his house watching all of the Game of Thrones series.

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