Six years ago the Grand Parade in Cork was a major building site. I can’t remember how long construction lasted but it went on for quite some time as they tore up and changed the road layout, widened the pavements and generally made the street look a hundred times better than it was before!
I’ve also posted photos of the construction before, with some of these photos appearing in older posts:
- De construction on Grand Parade
- Berwick Fountain
- Engarde construction continues in Cork
- The bike at the Library
- JCB on the street
- The Grand Parade construction site
- Construction on the Grand Parade
Seven years. That’s a long time to be running a blog and still updating it. I’ve been running Holy Shmoly! even longer but this blog is full of the photographic memories of a city and life over that period.
Most of the time taking photographs is a trade off between being there and looking through a lens. If you’re a photographer you’ll know the feeling. You may have attended a significant event but all you’ll remember was the pain of shooting at high ISO in bad light. When I can dig up old photos for a post like this it makes me glad I took my camera that day into town and snapped a few photos!
|Camera||Canon EOS 20D|
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