Mixed Bag!

So, I’ll level with you here.

if I hadn’t been so busy lately these photos wouldn’t be up here.

Getting some quality time with my camera has been increasingly difficult, but I’ll be addressing that next weekend – in some style I hope!

Until then, dear reader, please look kindly on this mixed bag of photos from recent weeks, most of which were taken on a stroll around Dublin, which took in St Stephen’s Green and the Iveagh Gardens.

Others were just random snaps when something caught my eye when the camera was close by.

I’ll try caption them, as best I can.

Laura getting ready

Laura getting ready

Feeding the swans in St Stephen's Green

Feeding the swans in St Stephen’s Green

Louis Copeland Outfitters

Louis Copeland Outfitters

Iveagh Gardens

Iveagh Gardens

Taking flight in St Stephen's Green

Taking flight in St Stephen’s Green

Lonely Cherub

Lonely Cherub

Andrew's Lane Theatre

Andrew’s Lane Theatre

Andrew's Lane

Andrew’s Lane

Letter box, Iveagh Gardens

Letter box, Iveagh Gardens

Church of the Sacred Heart, Arbour Hilll

Church of the Sacred Heart, Arbour Hill

Strolling through the Iveagh Gardens

Strolling through the Iveagh Gardens

Crane Lane

Crane Lane

Trees light the bike lane on Dublin's south quay

Trees light the bike lane on Dublin’s south quay

Iveagh Garden Angel

Iveagh Garden Angel

Cuckoo Lane

Cuckoo Lane

Face to face in St Stephen's Green

Face to face in St Stephen’s Green

True love?

True love?

Andrew's Lane

Andrew’s Lane

Smithfield Square

Smithfield Square

Ringing the bell to clear the Iveagh Gardens/bring an end to this post!

Ringing the bell to clear the Iveagh Gardens/bring an end to this post!

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Posted on January 26, 2013, in Architecture, Dublin, Ireland, Nature, Photography and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 42 Comments.

  1. Random is good to you Conor, love the different random snaps of everyday life in your city.

  2. That which seems routine to you is really beautiful to those who aren’t familiar with the sites. Thanks.

  3. I truly enjoyed all the colors (I should’ve typed colour 🙂 ) of the city and the tour!

  4. Great capture… and swan aren’t always easiest of subjects…

  5. Some very good snapshots! Copeland Outfitters, Crane Lane, True Love? and Andrews Lane are my favorite.

  6. Beautiful shots. Through your lens I see wonderful sights. Thanks!

  7. Conor, I love your work – what kind of camera are you shooting with?

  8. Yes, random’s great – really glad you posted these. There’s a nice variety to the sequence.

  9. Mixed bag may be…but all the more interesting for that.

  10. Good images of life, as it is, not as it should be.

  11. Some great shots. Love Crane Lane. Hope you get some quality camera time soon.

  12. impromptu maybe but a marvellous collection for a photobook – you’ve always an eye on the intriguing apsect no matter how small. Curious to know what’s kept you!

    • Thanks very much, I appreciate that 🙂 Mostly work, French classes, exercise related stuff (soccer, yoga) and socialising… nothing too exciting, but every night this week was full!

  13. Crane Lane is excellent but Face to Face is very well observed. Great timing.

  14. Great set of shots! I know what you mean about getting time with your camera – work always seems to get in the way! Still, I look forward to whatever comes out of next week! 😀

  15. Mixed bag of interesting shots

  16. Your shot of Crane Lane was my favorite. Great shots!

  17. I am so looking forward to visiting Dublin in September and seeing some of these things myself ???

  18. I miss St. Stephen’s Green! Love your photos!

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