Cork St Patrick’s Festival Market

One side of Academy Street was taken up by a long line of stalls populated by an international host of sellers! There were biscuits and cakes from Brittany, soaps and wooden toys from France, clothes and trinkets from Peru and lots more.

I took a few shots of this scene but I like this one because the famous tower of St. Anne’s Church, or Shandon Bells as it’s more commonly known is visible in the top right. Nobody could mistake it for anywhere but Cork. That Barry’s Tea sign is a pretty big give away too of course!


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6 Comments

  1. Micki Reply

    I love it! I am so impressed with (and motivated by) your street photography.

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  2. Donncha Reply

    Thanks Micki! I appreciate that. There are plenty more where that came from, if I have time to process them. I may have to post some Chicago shots I had prepared earlier. Ever get that feeling that there are not enough hours in the day?

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  3. NoWords Reply

    great!
    funny, I was there three days ago…

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  4. Donncha Reply

    NoWords – You were in Cork? Next time drop me a mail and we can meet up! Hope you enjoyed your visit!

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  5. Eric Reply

    wow there were so many people there. must be nice to be there :)

    http://photos.ericsetiawan.com

  6. Anonymous Reply

    wtf mate???

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