Girls on the street

St. Patrick’s Day brought out a huge crowd onto the streets and here’s a group of girls we bumped into on Patrick’s Street.

We were on our way to a cafe for refreshment when I spotted a bicycle chained to a pole, but it had fallen down. As is my way I crouched down to get a shot of the wheel and the pole receding into the sky and when I got up this group of girls were looking at me. One asked what I was doing and of course I had to take their photo since they were enjoying themselves so much!

PS. Thank you Meg for linking to my blog at Cute Overload. Your blog must do some savage amount of traffic if referrers from your site are anything to go by. I did as much traffic here yesterday as I’d normally do on!
PPS. Greetings to Zefrank too. I agree, check out the show, although can there be anyone left who hasn’t seen Ze Frank at least once?

I like these. Claire went exploring an old house: part 1, part 2.

I like these too – Donal’s Stomp photos are particularly good especially as they were taken at a live performance and in a darkened theatre! Very good!




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    Flickr: rymus April 3, 2007

    rymus has posted a comment:

    ahh the all too familiar cry, "is dis goin to be in de echo?"

    Girls on the street

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    Flickr: xeer April 3, 2007

    Hehe. I was asked that several times that weekend! It was amazing the number of people with big cameras though. The parade brings ’em all out!

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    […] a bike on the ground, why are you photographing it? That’s what a group of girls asked me as I crouched down next to this bike. I got the shot though! Tags:Black and White, Canon […]

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    This picture should be in the dictionary next to the word, “jail bait”! LOL

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    Jailbait May 3, 2008

    lol Dot about the JB comment

    Cute girls in the pic

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    Monty July 22, 2008

    I love you girls

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    Greek Girls September 2, 2008

    nice photograph of girls. Who can not like girls….lol

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