A leaf lies on the ground in the public park in Douglas opposite Tesco.
An ambulance drives past on the busy road.
This young lady was painting the faces of kids at the Midleton Food and Drink Festival when I took this photo. She was really enjoying herself as were the kids!
A young street performer at the Midleton Food and Drink Festival last year.
Late posting today, so much to do..
This foundation stone is set into a building at one end of Princes Street, Cork. I never noticed it until the day I took this photo and a quick search for Barbara Jessie Burton returns information and pictures of foundation stones laid by her in the years following 1927:
Does anyone know anything else about Barbara Jessie Burton?
A JCB helps to dig up the Grand Parade in Cork. This was shot last September and like the previous couple of shots, this street is completely different now. It’s looking well, although the fancy stonework is begining to lose it’s shine. The chewing gum is sticking, and the fumes of a living city blacken and dirty the white and red stone of the surface.
Still, it looked nice when it was completed. They’re just finishing off bits of the Grand Parade now so it’s interesting to see the difference between the new surface and the older.
If that couple were to walk along the Grand Parade now they’d be in the middle of a busy street but back in August last year it was still a building site.
Wondering what Cork looked like over 20 years ago? Take a look at these photos!
Just outside the Peace Park on Grand Parade in Cork an exuberant teenager went running towards me and I was lucky enough to grab this shot before they ran past!
A dancer entertained the crowds at the Midleton Food and Drink Festival last September. She was quite popular as you can imagine!
Here’s a fascinating page on hula hoops courtesy of Wikipedia.
Pedestrians in Cork walk up and down Prince’s Street. One person has to be different, the odd one out eh?
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