This photo was taken outside our house in Malahide on the 8th of August.
The sky was amazing that evening, as you can see below.
No filters. No Photoshop. No trickery of any kind. Just an Android phone.
Hook Head is a beautiful part of the country.
Around the lighthouse itself there are some fabulous rock formations.
This photo shows a little example:
This amazing wall can be see in the “2 Grand Canal Square” building, in Dublin, home to William Fry and a number of other companies.
I believe the words are related to a James Joyce novel (Finnegan’s Wake, I am told) but I find it hard to see myself.
It you find yourself in the area then you should pop in.
As I mentioned in my last post, the camera on your smartphone often fails to do justice to something which is so impressive to the eye.
The sky looked amazing from Blackrock Dart station last week (you can also see a little bit of Howth in the distance).
Sometimes you see something that looks amazing, and you just have to grab your phone to take a snap.
But generally, as below, your smartphone fails to capture the majesty of whatever you’re seeing!
The photo was of the sunrise lighting up trees and houses early one morning last week: