Peeling Paint

Adifferentkettleoffishaltogether on Ormond Quay, Dublin:

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Posted on August 29, 2012, in Architecture, Dublin, Photography and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 30 Comments.

  1. maireadhennessy

    Love the peeling paint πŸ™‚

  2. You have a great eye for detail. Really like the colors and the peeling of paint. The first one should be your signature photographic painting.

  3. Is this a retail outlet? selling…what?

  4. Wow great findings πŸ™‚ All those images makes a wonderful series. Love it.

    • Thanks very much. It’s amazing the things we walk by every day really. All my recent posts are just going about my ususal business – except with a cmaera, which of course leads to a different perspective.

  5. One could write a novel based just on these images. There’s such whimsy and history in the building itself and you’ve also managed to capture its uneasy juxtaposition with the other buildings on the street – and the street itself. Really enjoyed these photos.

  6. Northern Narratives

    A lot of history behind that peeling paint.

  7. Looking at this pic from a couple of years ago it looks like the degradation might have been a deliberate touch. This is from 2010 http://comeheretome.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/dscn3079.jpg

  8. How do you manage to make pealing paint look gorgeous. Maybe you could come round here and do the same for me. Would save a ton in refurbishing.

  9. Wow! I’m a sucker for peeling paint and this is the Mother Lode. Just wonderful.

  10. Great colord, patina’s.

  11. Hi !

    Thumbs Up ! ! ! I like these pictures.

    Greetz from Germany – lichtbildwerfer

  12. My eyes beheld a queer beauty and tranquility in these, i could not understand.

  13. You bought your first camera in 2011? You shoot like a pro. A gift, obviously. -amy

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