Going through old photos as displacement activity. This is wall near Sandycove, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin. Below this portion of the wall is a quotation from Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce painted on the wall - not in photo. Will get it next time. "The first faint noise of gently moving water broke the silence, low and faint and whispering, faint as the bells of sleep; "
The Gap of Dunloe is a view that I grew up with and have grown very attached to. As you approach Killarney from home the gap and mountains tower over the tiny tourist town. They still impress me each and every time I return to Kerry.
Trinity College Chapel.
Or more correctly, the ornate wrought iron gates that grace its entrance. Directly opposite is the near identical, though perhaps more formidable, Examination Hall.
The College Chapel sees frequent patronage from weddings to ecumenical events and, of course, the annual Carol service.
Designed by Sir William Chambers it was completed in 1798.
Throwback to summer, walking along the Ballycotton cliff walk in East Cork, this is my favorite thing to do on a summers day, cannot wait to visit Ballycotton soon, if you have never been I would highly recommend it ☀️ ☀️ ☀️