A street entertainer finishes off his lunch during World Book Day in Cork a few weeks back. Wait until you see what he was looking at!
A craft fair was recently held in the Unitarian Church on Prince’s Street. I have been dying to get into the building and see what it’s like on the inside for ages so we jumped at the chance. We like visiting these fairs too so it was doubly good.
This rather tall and cheerful man was advertising the fair on St. Patrick’s Street!
Just outside Boots he stopped in front of me, what could I do but make this image?
He was waiting for his parents to catch up but I liked the contrast between him and the busy world around him. He rejoined that world moments later.
A moment in time.
A different viewpoint on Drawbridge Street, Cork.
Yes, I do get funny looks as I crouch or lie in the gutter taking photographs.
Waiting to cross a busy street in Cork.
I always think twice about photographing homeless people, but this time I was moved by the simple act of sharing a cigarette.
Side view of a hardware and tool shop on the corner of North Main Street and Kyle Street.
O’Flynn Butchers used to operate from this shop until very recently. With the influx of immigrants into Ireland, North Main Street has become a lot more interesting with shops dedicated to the cuisine of other cultures!
Two gents pictured on Winthrop Street Cork several weeks ago.