Posted by Conor Cullen
The Spire, as seen from Henry Street
The Spire, as seen from sitting on Henry Street!
Posted on August 30, 2012, in Art, Dublin, Photography and tagged Dublin, Henry Street, O'Connell Street, photos, The Spire. Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.
Reblogged this on wagstaffhogg and commented:
Fantastic photo Conor x
Thanks Karen! Hope all is well with you and the family.
My daughter was in Dublin for 6months, I came to visit love dublin did it sober!!!
It’s better sober. Love the animal art by the way 🙂
Hi Conor, the first is surreal with the light on it, like something from a different dimension………its so difficult to photograph but this shot says it all.
Thanks so much, John. The fading light was lovely that evening.
Looks like a needle. I can almost see the eye for threading it at the base!
It really does. It’s growing on me!
Your Spire is Magnificent compared to the one in my city: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spire_(Atlanta)
Tied for 21st tallest building in the city though, that’s not bad 🙂
wow what an epic looking spire, very surreal. great pix
Those buildings make me dream. Great pics.
Thanks very much. Can’t ask for a better response than that.
Conor, your pics are class and your new camera is an extension of your mind, making the world a much more beautiful place for us all to see. PS – I’m in love with that link to the other voices with Joseph O’Connor, WOW!
Thanks a million Brendan, I really appreciate that. Ya, that video is great, if you get a chance you should look up the whole show on the RTE Player, lots of readings and great songs, I think you’d really enjoy it.
There’s a million reasons why I love this. Anything monumentally architecture-related gets my juices flowing. Also, symmetry and one-point perspective is so visually delicious. Speaking of, right before I saw this post I just finished watching a montage of Kubrick scenes shot in one-point perspective, which has totally inspired me. Hope it does you, too: http://vimeo.com/48425421
That is great! Thanks a million. Had never noticed that about Kubrick’s work.
Watch out Father Christmas! Great angles in these..
Thank you very much. Don’t be afraid to sit down in busy streets is what I learned from this!
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