A Day in Dublin.

City Hall roof

Halla na Cathrach (City Hall). Image credit Julie Corcoran ©2015

And so ends a week of photographs inspired by one day in Dublin.

It began with feeding the birds in St. Stephen’s Green Park,

listening to a band a the top of Grafton Street,

visiting a shrine outside St. Teresa’s Church,

bearing witness to silent chatter on Clarendon Street,

capturing an elephant above a sports store on Suffolk Street and

snapping some pretty young things outside Brown Thomas.

To see the whole collection in one place check out my Flickr album; ‘A Day in Dublin‘.

Go raibh maith agat.

A Day in Dublin.

Street statues

‘Where old ghosts meet’, Grafton Street, Dublin. Image credit Julie Corcoran ©2015

A group of human street statues striking a pose outside Brown Thomas on Grafton Street, Dublin.

‘A Day in Dublin’ is a series of photographs all taken on the same day around Grafton street in Dublin, Ireland.

The collection includes;

Feeding the birds in St. Stephen’s Green Park,

Listening to a band at the top of Grafton Street,

Visting a shrine at St. Teresa’s Church,

Passer’s-by on Clarendon Street,

and the elephant above Elvery’s sports shop on Suffolk Street.

A Day in Dublin.

Elvery's elephant

Elvery’s Elephant, Suffolk Street, Dublin. Picture credit Julie Corcoran ©2015.

On leaving a cafe replenished and revived on Suffolk Street, I looked up and spotted this snazzy elephant above a sport’s store.

A Day in Dublin is a series of photographs all taken on the same day in the capital featuring;

Feeding of the birds in St. Stephen’s Green Park,

A band playing on Grafton Street,

A shrine outside St. Teresa’s Church and 

Passers-by on Clarendon Street

A Day in Dublin.

Mary

Glass encased shrine outside St. Teresa’s Church, Clarendon Street, Dublin. Image credit Julie Corcoran ©2015.

 Monday began with the feeding of the bird’s in St. Stephen’s Green Park.

From there, we followed our ears to the top of Grafton Street.

Then, avoiding all things material, we followed the spiritual path to St. Teresa’s Church on Clarendon Street where I took this photograph of a shrine in the priory courtyard.