Category Archives: Photography
So, with city centre cabin fever setting in, Laura and I travelled the very short distance to one of Dublin’s gems, Bull Island, yesterday, Good Friday.
It was very cold, as it has been lately, with a biting wind, but the sun was shining and the fresh, sea air was heaven-sent.
Afterwards, we stopped in across the road (almost literally) to the beautiful and somewhat underrated St Anne’s Park for a short while.
The photos aren’t great, but it was nice to get the camera back in my hands again, it has been all-too-rare lately.
But, we get an extra hour this weekend and – even though it doesn’t feel like it in this unseasonably cold weather – summer is coming.
I feel a photo-revival coming on!
These two pieces of street art are located less than 100 yards from each other on North Anne Street in Dublin.
The first is really striking and, in my opinion, a really impressive and effective piece.
It makes me smile.
Oops, I only went and left probably my favourite Prague photo out of my post of photos from our visit there last weekend.
This narrow and short street was tucked in behind our apartment and, apart from a lot of graffiti, it contained a photo gallery. Above the gallery door sat a lady, with a bright red heart shining out from beneath her white breast.
It’s visible in the photo, if you click through to the big version and have a closer look.
Images from last weekend in Prague, with Laura.
Click on any of the images for the larger versions. I have uploaded fairly big files as I feel the details in some of the buildings and landscapes are worth it.
Prague is a beautiful city.
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.