Christmas Lights, Camera, Action…
I was on my way to French class last night when the urge to reach for the camera became irresistible.
The combination of a crisp, clear (and very cold!) night, a full moon and the new Christmas lights adorning the city centre proved too much of a temptation for this weak-willed lover of shiny things!
I didn’t have much time to spare due to the aforementioned class, but I managed to take a couple of photos of Henry Street – from the Capel Street and O’Connell Street ends – before I had to make a break for the Alliance Française.
Then, on my walk back after class, I took some photos on Grafton Street and a few more at Johnson’s Court, where the lights covering this narrow lane way proved particularly appealing to me.
I hope to get out for a proper photographic tour of the city centre and its many Christmas lights and decorations soon, but for now here are last night’s three brief stops.
Posted on November 29, 2012, in Architecture, Christmas, Dublin, Photography and tagged Alliance Française, Christmas Lights, Grafton Street, Henry Street, Jewelry, Johnson's Court. Bookmark the permalink. 62 Comments.