We paid a brief visit to Herbert Park on Monday to catch the cherry blossom, and while it is the beginning of the end of the blooming season, the falling petals provided a nice backdrop.Read More
There is a pretty amazing exhibit on in Dublin Zoo at the moment. The “Wild Lights” experience, is an art show of sorts, featuring animal shaped lanterns which are all around the zoo, mimicking a real zoo experience, only in lights. The artwork was created by a group of china artists, and is really something to behold.Read More
Spring in Dublin is usually a mixture of rain and sun and on Saturday we took advantage of the good weather to visit the National Botanic gardens in the north of Dublin City. The sun was shining and the sky was blue, so it was a nice place to go to enjoy a beautiful spring day. Amazingly, it’s somewhere that I’ve never visited before, despite passing it many times when I was younger on a regular commute.Read More
I was recently walking through the beautiful St. Stephen’s Green in the centre of Dublin, and here spring has begun in full. The daffodils were everywhere, and so too was this magnificent magnolia tree that can be found in the park. It’s a lovely time of growth and the light at the end of the dark winter.
A little while ago, shortly before Christmas, I went for a lovely walk in the beautiful Phoenix Park. It’s quite unique to have such a huge swath of nature right in the middle of a city, and it’s a real breath of fresh air to spend time there.Read More
Making the most of April Showers! An abstract study of the beautiful flowers and greenery of spring in the parks of Dublin City, on a overcast and wet day.Read More