Dublin in Detail

Dublin in Detail

Perhaps it is the designer in me, but I love capturing images of details, whether it’s graffiti, street art, quirky objects, or simply bold colours and textures. Dublin city is full of these sights. Everywhere you look you will find something interesting. Whether it’s the light falling on a window display, or the layers of paper from old billboards, it’s a world of texture and colour.

I recently set out specifically to look for these kinds of images. On a beautiful sunny March day (they do exist!) I went on a photo safari across the city, on the lookout for curious sights to capture. Here is a selection of the quirky details that you can find around the city. Enjoy.


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The Last of the Cherry Blossom in Herbert Park

The Last of the Cherry Blossom in Herbert Park

The Quiet Streets

The Quiet Streets