Young and old women relax on St. Patrick Street in the glorious sunshine about a month ago.
Bikes are still used as a means of transport, somehow. I think people are probably a little crazy to cycle into town these days because of the huge increase in traffic but some hearty souls will continue to do so!
I cross-processed this to add the brown/purle tint.
It wasn’t exactly cold, or warm either but this gentleman must have been more than a little warm wearing a big jumper like that!
We returned my wedding suit yesterday to Tom Murphy Men’s Wear and Dress Hire Service.
Irish people love to complain about the shoddy service they receive when shopping but rarely do they shout about a great shopping experience when helpful and enthusiastic staff make the process so much easier.
Selecting the right wedding suit was probably the most important clothing choice I made in my life but Dermot, Tom and Owen were there to help.
If you need to hire wedding suits then do drop into Tom Murphy’s on St. Patrick Street Cork and tell them Donncha sent you!
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.
All by himself, but he was enjoying the band that were playing a few feet away!
More mono cycle madness on St. Patrick Street! This is near the end of his act. The crowd really enjoyed his show!
Shot during the St. Patrick’s Festival 2006 in Cork.
Dogs can be curious too!