Friday, November 25, 2016

market square

in the morning sun


18 comments:

  1. Looks great! I would have been up and out if I had been a tourist in Ireland on a day like this. ( I have only been in Dublin for a short weekend, and I left the hotel before 7 o´clock in the morning.... just to EXPLORE the city with my eyes and camera, before a late breakfast and a guided tour before going to the airport. I know that Ireland is much more than the big city. Your blog will probably increase the number of tourists the years to come. Have a nice weekend!

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  2. Wonderful photo in black & white! At first I thought there were lots of balloons on the middle building until I realised they are satellite dishes!

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  3. Lot of dishes there. I think it spoils the view a bit but hee what can you expect from bookmakers.

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  4. Muito boa a fotografia amigo Bill.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
    Andarilhar

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  5. This is lovely. Lovely use of black and white, the white buildings have an almost surreal, 1930s quality to them.

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  6. Well this is a wee bit different from yesterday's shot Bill ☺ What's going on in the bookmakers? ☺

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  7. Well this is a wee bit different from yesterday's shot Bill ☺ What's going on in the bookmakers? ☺

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  8. The bookmaker need to be connected with the world.

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  9. Gosh, all those satellite/reception dishes! I like this BW.

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  10. Gosh, all those satellite/reception dishes! I like this BW.

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  11. Look at all those satellite dishes! The black and white works well in this instance.

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  12. I think it is cold there. And all the satellites. Wow ...

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  13. Well, dang! I guess those bookies know what's up.

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  14. Those satellite dishes have sprouted up like a crop of mushrooms. It looks as if the bookie is, well, covering his bets.

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  15. It looks good in black and white. I would probably not have thought of that for this scene.

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