St Stephen’s Green is one of the nicest parks that I know about in Dublin. On a sunny day some weeks ago I decided to arrange a photowalk in it with another photography lover. Here is what we ended up with:
I had been once to Ireland several years ago but the only thing that I can clearly remember from that one month trip was the grass. Even in the middle of Dublin it’s easy to see it. The grass in addition to strong trees and a mix of different avian creatures are a trademark of this and other Dublin parks.
But this is Dublin. Five minutes later we saw a celestial shower quickly approaching and we had to get the hell out of the park and get cover in a museum. Ten minutes later the city was under heavy water artillery and remained in the shades for the rest of the day.
This entry is part of the series Ireland (2010 - 2012):
- Rumbo Al Norte, Rumbo A Google
- Primeros Días En Dublín
- Grand Canal Dock
- Cliffs Of Moher
- Ring Of Kerry
- Grand Canal
- St Stephen’S Green Photowalk (This entry)
- Kilmainham Gaol
- Wicklow And The Powerscourt Gardens
- Hiking From Bray To Greystones
- Hiking in Glendalough
- Bye Bye Ireland, Hello California