Waiting to cross Patricks Street, Cork.
This weekend (today is a bank holiday) is the Cork Jazz Festival. People from all over the world come to Cork to participate – to play, to listen, or just get drunk and enjoy the festivities!
A city is made up of all sorts of people.
We were going to have lunch in the upper-level restaurant but it was jammed tight with people already. There were queues of people 5 or 6 deep waiting on tables or a high stool. It might be worth waiting sometime and spending an hour eating and snapping shots..
This is 4 horizontal shots stitched together I think.
The English Market in Cork is a popular market and meeting area for people.
Early morning, catch the bus to work or school. You know exactly how she feels.
Except it’s the weekend! Woo! No going to school or work!
Pictured in the elevator of the new Ballincollig shopping center.
Young boy admiring the graffitti on a van.
The van was used to transport ramps and tools for the skateboarders in Emmett Square, Cork.
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On the weekend that we had our pre-marriage course, a wedding was held in the Honan Chapel in UCC. Here’s the Bride and Groom greeting people after the ceremony.
No doubt they’re all partying away in some hotel now!