Photographing Dublin

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A long weekend break in Dublin with beautiful weather could only mean one thing, great opportunities for photographs.  We stayed in a hotel near to Grafton Street which allowed lots of opportunities for street photography.  The place that I particularly enjoyed visiting was Bewley’s coffee house.  The last time I was in Bewley’s was as a young 19 year old student ready to hitchhike around Ireland.  Trinity College Dublin is also very photogenic and the good weather brought out the people as the photographs show.  Another favourite spot is Dublin Castle and the gardens behind provide great spots for not only soaking in the sun but also taking photographs.  There are a few night shots thrown in and even though Sunday morning was dull in comparison to the rest of the weekend, several of the buildings still lent themselves to being photographed.  A memorable weekend and once again the fair city of Dublin is the winner.

Stained glass window in Bewley’s
Ensuring all is correct in Bewley’s
Street performer in Grafton Street
Trinity College Dublin
Sphere within a sphere
Selfie in a sphere
A beautiful day at Trinity
Commanding Cherry Blossom
An Aaron Island jumper
The ha’penny Bridge
A lone figure in Temple Bar
The Temple Bar in Temple Bar
Dublin Castle
Colours of Dublin Castle
View from the Hop off – Hop on Bus
So many tourists with the GPO Building, O’Connell street in the background
The figures of the Irish Famine always send a shiver down my spine
Dublin at night with the reflections in the river Liffey
Amazing mural of a red squirrel done as a series of “Trash Animals” by the artist Bordalo II
One of my all time favourite Rock stars
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