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From North Side to County

The north side of Cork City, with Shandon Bells in the foreground, the County Hall in the background and many homes.

A sight well known to anyone who lives in Cork City. The Spire of St. Anne’s Church, or Shandon Bells stands like a beacon. The Cathedral of St Mary and St Anne is just off shot to the right, out of this shot.

The County Hall can be seen far off in the distance out on the Carrigrohane Road. That building was once the tallest building in Ireland.

Look back further and you’ll see fields on the hills surrounding the city.


Apertureƒ/6.3
CameraILCE-7M3
Focal length150mm
ISO200
Shutter speed1/160s

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Shandon Bells and County Hall

Shandon Bells and County Hall

The clocks of Shandon Bells, or the Four Faced Liar (because the clocks rarely agree on the time), and the County Hall far off in the distance.


Apertureƒ/6.3
CameraILCE-7M3
Focal length600mm
ISO1000
Shutter speed1/500s