Ten Minutes in Dublin

On Saturday, Michael and I ran into town – I needed to do a quick interview for a story I’m working on and Michael needed a haircut. I happened to have my camera with me, so as I walked from the north side to the River Liffey where Michael was picking me up, I snapped a few photos.

This market street off Talbot Street is practically as old as time. It’s not your typical farmer’s market – a little more gritty! But it has so much character, perfect for taking a few photos.

Lamp posts in Dublin are always my favorite architectural detail in the city. Silver with these pretty insignias.

The Hapenny Bridge is always mobbed by tourists. But it is quite pretty!

Such a beautiful autumn day in Dublin!

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5 comments on Ten Minutes in Dublin

  1. Abigail says:

    I get so jealous reading your blog :) My husband and I honeymooned in Ireland and spent a couple nights in Dublin. It is so beautiful there. I love the pictures- thanks for sharing them with those of us that pine for Ireland!

  2. lois says:

    I LOVE the photos you take. You’ve a great eye amd capture things in an interesting way.

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