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Half Moon Glass

Half Moon Glass

The development of Half Moon Street and the adjoining Quay are coming along nicely, even with the old house in the middle of it that must have been kept for historical reasons.

The other side of the building was pictured previously on Reflection on Half Moon Street.

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Aperture ƒ/7.1
Camera Canon EOS 40D
Focal length 72mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 1/100s

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3 replies on “Half Moon Glass”

Nice to be able to see the on-going development of that area of the city when I’m not living in Cork.
I have a photo of the same buildings when they were constructing it- the finished product looks very good ( reminds me of Batteries Not Included).

The building is listed and had to be kept as a result. It is a bit of a piss take the way the glass curtain wall creeps down to the gutter level!

I can see it being in loads of books on urban planning.

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