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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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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INTENSE SUNLIGHT

PROJECTED IMAGES NEAR SUNLIGHT CHAMBERS PHOTOGRAPHED WHILE CROSSING GRATTAN BRIDGE

Unfortunately because of my skill level and because of the limitations of an iPhone I could not exactly capture what I saw. The sunlight was so intense that it highlighted the contents of the plastic bag being carried by the man on the left and also over-exposed ...

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PAINT-A-BOX STREET ART

PAINT-A-BOX STREET ART - NORTH BRUNSWICK STREET - FEBRUARY 2021

Brunswick street North is situated only a few minutes’ walk from Capel Street, Parnell Square, Jervis Street and Smithfield and within walking distance of DIT Bolton Street, Blackhall Place and the Four Courts. There are many cafes and restaurants nearby.

Laid out in ...

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SCULPTURE

THE CHILDREN OF LIR AT THE GARDEN OF REMEMBRANCE PARNELL SQUARE DUBLIN

The iPhone 12 Pro Max very much underexposed some images today, I don't know why, some of the images may appear a bit odd.

The Children of Lir is a legend from Irish mythology. It is a tale from the post-Christianisation period that mixes magical elements such ...

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ROYAL CANAL

A VIEW OF THE ROYAL CANAL - BINNS BRIDGE

Almost everything in Ireland has a story and Binns Bridge is a typical example.

The Royal Canal had an interesting board of directors. One of the most notable was Napper Tandy, less well known were John Binns who was branded a ‘a jobbing demagogue’ and William Cope who was nicknamed ‘the shoemaker’. ...

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STREETS OF DUBLIN

LINDSAY ROAD - GLASNEVIN AREA OF DUBLIN

A mainly residential neighbourhood, Glasnevin is located on the Northside of the city of Dublin (about 3 km north of Dublin city centre). It was established on the northern bank of the River Tolka where the stream for which it may be named joins, and now extends north and south of the river.

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STREETS OF DUBLIN

CONNAUGHT STREET PHIBSBOROUGH DUBLIN 7

The spelling used on the street signs caught my attention as I was taught in school that the spelling was Connacht so I checked Wikipedia and while they agree with me I am still a bit uncertain.

Here is an extract from an online discussion "Connaught is to Connacht what Peking is to Beijing. ...



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