I noticed this cross in the sky while walking around Dublin a few weeks ago. When I saw a church I had to make this shot and I’m quite happy with the way it came out!
From left to right: Podz, Donncha, Andy Skelton.
In the background is the famous Golden Gate Bridge leading to San Francisco. Thank you Diane for the directions to this amazing viewing point and thank you Toni for the lend of the car!
The clock tower of the Ferry Buildings, San Francisco. We had a pre Wordcamp dinner with lots of people in Taylor’s Automatic Refresher.
I was glad to meet many people for the first time, among them Niall Kennedy, Scott Beale, Michelle Clay and Safire.
I guess giving me business cards is a good way of getting a link out of me! Thanks Niall for showing myself and Bryan around the building. Some of the shots came out great, they’ll appear over the next few days!
Four buildings reach to the sky downtown in San Francisco. We had a great meal in a Thai restaurant shortly after!
The main entrance and sides of the Cork College of Commerce on Morrison’s Island, Cork.
The infamous Dublin Spire with a tour bus in the foreground.
“The Dublin Spire is one hundred and twenty metres tall, making it by far the tallest structure in Dublin city centre. It is three metres wide at the base and tapers to a 15 centimetre wide beacon at the top. The top section is perforated and lit by small LEDs.”
A no-parking and disabled parking sign on Fr. Mathew Quay.
I like this: 010design.it
Holy Trinity Church on Fr. Mathew Quay, pictured from just outside a side gate on a beautiful Saturday afternoon.
The church and attached friary are run by the Capuchins who have been in the city since at least 1637. The church above dates from early eighteenth century.
A view of the crane helping in the construction of a new office block behind Cork City Hall. This is from the lobby of the carpark next door.