Christmas Tree, Trinity College

I stopped into Trinity College after work today with the intention of taking a photo of its Christmas Tree.

The light was almost gone and the clouds were whizzing by overhead. I tried some long exposures, but didn’t have as much time as I’d have liked for some badly needed practice. There’ll be plenty more evenings!

Here are the results:

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Posted on December 4, 2012, in Architecture, Dublin, Photography, Travel and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 39 Comments.

  1. Practice you said ?…these are stunning in my eyes !

  2. Loving the sky in all of them – each one different but gorgeous.

  3. Very nice first attempts. The last is my favorite. Lovely. Robyn

  4. One of my favorite places in all of Ireland! Beautiful! I finally went in to see The Book of Kells about a year ago… It is so worth the money!

  5. I like the 3rd one with the relection from the tree and all the colors…

  6. Lovely shots. I must pop in see the tree next time I am passing Trinity college.

  7. your photos are wonderful!

  8. Wow well you did a great job! The photos came out beautifully 🙂

  9. Wow, these images are incredible! Really stunning atmosperic shots, I feel all Christmassy now, thank you!

  10. Reblogged this on chaotiqual.

  11. Gorgeous. Man I miss that place. Anytime you wanna post photos of TCD, fine by me.

  12. They’re all gorgeous, but that last one is really making me happy. Also, if heaven doesn’t look like the library at Trinity College, then I’m not going.

  13. WOW! Nice long exposures, Conor! Keep it up!

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