iPHONE STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

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APPLE iPHONE 12 PRO MAX

BROADSTONE AREA - CONSTITUTION HILL USING AN APPLE iPHONE 12 PRO MAX

I used an Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max and the Halide Mark II photo app. During the post-production process I used the new Adobe Lightroom "Super Resolution" option to see if it made a difference. All that I can say is that the images are now 8064 X 6048. However, ...

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PREPARING FOR OUTDOOR DINING

CAPEL STREET AND PARLIAMENT STREET - PREPARING FOR OUTDOOR DINING

I used an Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max and the Halide Mark II photo app. During the post-production process I used the new Adobe Lightroom "Super Resolution" option to see if it made a difference. All that I can say is that the images are now 8064 X 6048.

Today ...

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STREETS OF DUBLIN

LITTLE STRAND STREET AND HAMILTON COURT

There are two sections to Strand Street the section from Lower Liffey Street to Capel Street is Great Strand Street and upon crossing Capel Street is becomes Little Strand Street.

Little Strand Street is even less known to most Dubliners that Great Strand Street. Little Strand street runs behind ...

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8 LIMESTONES

8 LIMESTONES BY ULRICH RUCKRIEM - iPHONE 12 PRO MAX

I have photographed these a number of times because they appeal to me.

Today I used a Sony RX0 which is a very small camera that is not much larger than a matchbox but I have had problems with this camera as the sharpness greatly reduces towards the top of the frame and also it ...

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FORMAL GARDEN

ROYAL HOSPITAL KILMAINHAM - THE FORMAL GARDENS

The Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Kilmainham, Dublin, is a former 17th-century hospital at Kilmainham in Ireland.

A priory, founded in 1174 by Strongbow, existed on the site until the Crown closed it down in the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the 1530s. The hospital was built as a home ...

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CORTEN STEEL SCULPTURE

DO YOU LIKE COR-TEN STEEL - 217.5º ARC x 12 BY BERNAR VENET

Bernar Venet (born 21 April 1941) is a French Conceptual artist who has exhibited his works in various locations around the world.

Weathering steel, best-known under the trademark COR-TEN steel and sometimes written without the hyphen as "Corten steel", ...

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ASIA MARKET

THE ASIA MARKET ON DRURY STREET IS MUCH BIGGER INSIDE THAN OUTSIDE

The Asia Market is dimensionally transcendental, meaning it’s bigger on the inside than the outside. The interior exists in a different, relative dimension to the exterior.

I first visited the Asia Market in 1981 after returning from working in California and not ...

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STREETS OF DUBLIN

ST DAVID'S TERRACE - NORTH CIRCULAR DUBLIN

If you examine the property pages of Irish newspapers you will see that St. David's is described as being located in one or all of the following: North Circular Road, Glasnevin, Stoneybatter, Blackhorse Avenue and Stoneybatter.

The area is usually described as "mixed", with some ...

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WELLINGTON MONUMENT

WELLINGTON TESTIMONIAL ALSO KNOWN AS THE WELLINGTON MONUMENT - PHOENIX PARK DUBLIN

The Wellington Testimonial was built to commemorate the victories of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington. Wellington, the British politician and general, also known as the 'Iron Duke', was born in either counties Meath or Dublin. Originally planned to ...

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MOUNTJOY SQUARE

MOUNTJOY SQUARE IS ONE OF FIVE GEORGIAN SQUARES IN DUBLIN

Mountjoy Square is a Georgian garden square in Dublin, Ireland, on the north side of the city just under a kilometre from the River Liffey. One of five Georgian squares in Dublin, it was planned and developed in the late 18th century by Luke Gardiner, 1st Viscount Mountjoy. It was ...

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DUBLIN STREET

JONES'S ROAD HOME TO CROKE PARK STADIUM COMPLEX

Not sure if the spelling is "Jones' Road" or Jones's Road".

The area now known as Croke Park was owned in the 1880s by Maurice Butterly and known as the City and Suburban Racecourse, or Jones' Road sports ground. From 1890 it was also used by the Bohemian Football Club. ...

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HOTEL

THE CROKE PARK HOTEL JONES' ROAD DUBLIN

Not sure if the spelling is "Jones' Road" or Jones's Road".

This hotel hotel enjoys a unique location - just steps away from the historic and world-famous Croke Park Stadium, the spiritual home of Ireland’s native Gaelic games and one of the city’s leading venues for international ...

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STREETS OF DUBLIN

RUSSELL STREET WHERE BRENDAN BEHAN GREW UP

According to Brendan Behan when describing Russell Street, where he grew up, young girls ashamed of their homes would walk miles out of their way so as not to let others know where they lived.

Behan was born in the inner city of Dublin at Holles Street Hospital [where I was born] on 9 February ...

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STREETS OF DUBLIN

JOHN DILLON STREET - DUBLIN 8 AREA OF DUBLIN CITY

here is a very confusing network of streets between Francis St and Patrick St and until now when I visited I was not 100% sure where I was but now that I am using an Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max all my photographs are GeoTagged making life a bit easier.

John Dillon St, ...

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LANEWAYS

BACK LANE NEAR CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL[ONCE THE HOME OF THE BACK LANE PARLIAMENT]

A friend of mine described Back Lane as just another ugly backstreet but it features buildings of interest such as Tailors' Hall, after 300 years, the oldest surviving Guild Hall in Dublin.

The building It is protected under Section 12 of the National ...



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