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Flat surfaces and bright lights

Didn’t have a tripod with me on friday evening, so I was looking for flat surfaces to put the camera on. Most walls, bollards and railings around Dublin seem to have curved or bevelled tops, but I found a few flat bits to take a few long exposures. 172 more words

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A Dublin Story from December.

This photo was taken somewhere between the Christ Church Cathedral and the Liffey, on a side street. There is something so captivating about it, sad at the same time. 376 more words

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Wandering Around Dublin: The South Side

Classes have officially begun this week, so between waking up at the crack of dawn to walk half an hour to campus and getting used to a new course load, I haven’t had much time to post. 51 more words

The Paper Airplane

Walking Across "The Old Man of the River"


Dublin! The capitol of the Republic of Ireland and home to approximately 528,000 people and a temporary destination for tourism because of its history. The city built itself around the mouth of the River Liffey and has existed there since the Vikings. 254 more words

The First - Part 2

2nd half of photos = Dublin Docklands.

Amazing afternoon and sunset light by the time we reached here. Sure made editing easier, photos already had distinct sunset hues that led me one way in the process and made my decision from the last post (to try and edit photos more uniformly) a simple one. 73 more words

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Take me to the RiverĀ©

For the past twelve months, the people of Ireland have opposed the efforts of the Irish Government to introduce metered water charges that amount to an extra or double tax (for something they pay for, already). 185 more words

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