Posted by Conor Cullen
Posted on November 16, 2012, in Dublin, Ireland, Photography and tagged Clontarf, Dublin Bay, photos, Sailing, Smokestacks. Bookmark the permalink. 28 Comments.
Great set, I feel bad for the older fella drinking his malt.
He cut a very sad, lonely figure. A stark contrast to the activity in the sunshine he was looking out on.
Great photos. Thanks for visiting my blog and the like 🙂
My pleasure. And thank you!
beautiful shots. i love the sun on the water.
Certainly a set of contrasts there. Beauty in adversity : ) Good work.
Thank you very much. I almost called the post “An afternoon of contrasts in Clontarf”.
Thanks very much, glad you like them!
Love them. The one with the old man, with the blue wall, yellow graffiti is outstanding. really.
The colors are wonderful, very soft feeling of the ripple~
Thanks very much!
Amazing photos. Love the way you captured the light.
Thanks Noah, much appreciated 🙂
WOW… I always find Clontarf a bit depressing for some reason, but the sun in your pictures make me forget about that :D) And yes, sad about the old man drinking there, it’s a sign of the times I suppose.
Just had to have a look as I’ve never heard of Clontarf. No big deal, it’s never heard of me. I like obscure places (apologise to the natives for me) and your About made me smile.
Hi Jo, I’m sure the natives won’t mind! Thanks for stopping by and glad I could illict a smile 🙂
Thanks Mara! I have just being going through your blog and your work is wonderful. You have such a great eye. I’m looking forward to seeing a lot more.
Your series has an almost melancholic feel to it. And I love it 🙂
Thanks so much Miles 🙂
ah, lived in Dollymount/Contarf, just off the sea, for 13 years and did this promenade walk so many times. Pleasing bit of nostalgia here for me. Thanks for your recent visit Conor, delighted you liked the St Patricks piece. Keep up the good work. -Arran.
Thanks Arran. Glad I could take you on a short stroll down memory lane 🙂 Keep up the good work!
All brilliant life affirming shots.
Thanks Allan, I really appreciate that.
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