The funeral procession and floral tributes to flower seller Theresa Kelly on Grafton Street, Dublin (where Mrs Kelly worked her entire life] this afternoon.
Earlier: Meanwhile, On Aungier Street
Pictures: Martin Maher
Ruth Meehan writes:
“New [€4m] paving on Grafton Street in bits already – anyone know why?”
Previously: The new Paving
How Grafton Street Might Look
The Molly Malone statue being moved for Luas works at lunchtime.
Her cleavage alone weighs half a ton.
Took his time.
More ( a photo of the pig if possible) as we get it.
Pic: Martin Murphy
Niamh Waters writes:
Just spotted on Grafton Street, Dublin. I’m lost for words.
Previously: Another Duggy
Grafton Street Quarter tweetz:
Brief trial of rough prototype public light on Grafton St this [morning] to assess scale, impact and form of feature leaf.
…brassy, wanton thoroughfare by night.
The Grafton Street, Dublin Xmas shopping timelapse experience by Gareth Byrne involving 750 photographs in 24 hours.
Thanks Spaghetti Hoop
Just up the road.
Camden Street, Dublin’s Xmas makeover from the damn creative hipsters at Camden Street-based ‘experiential agency’ Modern Green.
Grafton Street, Dublin.
Bit wanton, in all fairness.
Thanks Gary Byrne
Grafton’s Street annual Julie Goodyear earring drop this eveing.
Fiona Ellis tweetz:
“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Almost a quarter of a million bulbs light up Dublin’s streets this eve.”
It’s getting earlier and earlier
ludicrously tacky magnificent drop earrings chandeliers are back.
Dubai Dublin 12.45am.
The windows of Brown Thomas, Grafton Street last night celebrating theatre life (with costumes and props from The Abbey).
A team of six artists spent more than 300 hours dressing each window scene involving more than 3,000 individual pieces of decorations and lights..
(Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland)
The former HMV shop on Grafton Street in Dublin, top, gets a makeover this morning, above.
Paul Moriarty writes:
Naked Grafton Street!! Signage gone. That’s that then!
UPDATE: It’s going to be a Massimo Dutti outlet (see comments).
Thanks Anthony Finucane
(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)