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Grand Canal Dock - Dublin

Time to continue our photographic tour of Irish beauty in black and white. I was saying how modernity and ancient inheritance coexist around Ireland’s capital, Dublin, and if you fancy some architecture photography, or even some abstract photography, you are not going to be disappointed if you take a tour through Dublin’s most modern neighbourhood. 179 more words


Samuel Beckett Bridge - Dublin

Let’s start a new short series of black and white pictures of the capital of Ireland. Founded as a Viking settlement, Dublin (that in Old Irish means… 194 more words


NOT QUITE TOMAS, poem by pd lyons


Crosses the church yard
W/a girl that would have been Sorcha if it were

How much more than footsteps
Between us now… 32 more words

Pdlyons Photography


I got stuck in Dublin. Which is good, because it feels kind of like my second home at a time of year when I would enjoy being at my actual home in Germany spending time with family and friends. 484 more words


Irish memories, Part IV (Samuel Beckett Bridge)

Another emblematic bridge in the city of Dublin is the Samuel Beckett bridge, a symbol of modern Dublin. It was opened in 2009, a… 226 more words


Irish memories, Part III (Ha'penny bridge)

This small pedestrian bridge, which official name is Liffey Bridge, is undoubtedly the symbol of the Irish capital. Such bridge joins both sides of Liffey river, lending an air of nostalgia and great remembrances to the city. 255 more words