Covid Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside


This afternoon.

The East Pier, Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin.



This afternoon.

Seapoint, County Dublin.



This afternoon.

Killiney, County Dublin.


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12 thoughts on “Covid Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside

    1. Tony

      Which one is the ‘gobpoo’ Nullz?

      Looks like loads of people all observing the 2 metre rule to me. Maybe I’m not seeing something really obvious though?

  1. The Old Boy

    There has been a plague (sorry) of photographers falling over each other to take misleading snaps at f/22 with wide-angle* lenses from a vantage point down down straight paths to make them look much more crowded than they actually are.

    *I might actually mean narrow angle, I never get it the right way around.

  2. Liam Deliverance

    Personally I don’t see any problem in any of those photos. wish I could get out to the sea but stuck in home office for now

  3. millie aka oprah

    Took a walk along the beach this afternoon and it seems that people are actively adhering to the 2m distancing, which is good to see.

  4. Dr.Fart

    distancing loses effect when there’s still that amount of people. If an infected person sneezes, it will infect others in a populated area like that. To really fight this thing the government will have to limit numbers allowed into parks etc., Good weather is rolling in, and the Irish can’t help themselves get out in it. A warm summer will prolong this virus and create spikes. You can’t isolate all week and then treat yourself to an hour in a crowded area, or it’s no use. People don’t seem to accept this. We are in for a long haul with this thing and people aren’t being vigilant enough.

  5. Ringsend Incinerator

    Are these numptie photographers all residents of Monkstown, Dun Laoghaire, Sandycove…

    Get a DART northside you lazy jobsworths.

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