There's just SO much to see and photograph in Dublin!
As you have read here before (and will surely read here again), I love Dublin. The Irish people are so kind, and the city itself is quite beautiful to my eyes. I seriously enjoy each of my visits there.
The only problem I have is that at some point I have to leave, before I have seen everything I want to see. And truthfully, it's not that large of a place, but I already have 10 or more spots on my list that I want to see next time, which I am hoping is sometime this Spring. Fingers crossed!
And if you haven't already seen it, I have a list here of the best spots to shoot in Dublin, should you be fortunate enough to get to go there. And yes, I would try hard if you are near! (And by near, I really mean London, or somewhere in Scotland.)
So far, I have been there 4 or 5 times (need to check my photo library to confirm that, since I set up a different project for each trip, and name it after the destination and the date - makes it easy for me), and each time I end up taking a LOT of photos. Many times I revisit the same places, so thus far the amount of photos I have of the Temple Bar, for example, has to number in the hundreds at a minimum. But that's ok, because the place is photogenic. I will shoot it again on my next visit. That's a guarantee.
But this post is about other things I have found in lovely Dublin...and I have found a LOT of them. So here's a visual tour of "this and that" from Dublin. I like to write "themed" posts most of the time, with a group of photos tied to a particular spot within a city. It helps me feel organized, and as a fairly OCD type of person, I like organization. :-)
But today the only thing these pics all have in common is that they are from Dublin. Well, that's not entirely true. Several of these are of the Ha'Penny Bridge, which I took one morning when I got up early to wander and shoot. It's something I love to do, and always get rewarded for it, even if I tire out a bit earlier that evening.
So take this little tour with me, and if you can, hoist a Guinness while you do! Slainte!