Forty Foot, Sandycove, county Dublin.
An adorable, award-winning short directed by Jeremy Collins and Kelly Dillon of South African animation studio Triggerfish, wherein the adorable and persistent Penny learns to dive, unperturbed by the spotlight-stealing skills of a haughty older girl.
Donough ‘Pencil Robot’ O’Malley writes:
I’ve been illustrating scenes from over the summer. the good, the bad, and the ugly. I thought your readers might recognise this scene particularly from Dublin( with all the young tykes taking to the waterways in the heat. Other illustrations from the series ‘I drew what you did last summer’ can be found here
Wet suited tykes plunge into the River Liffey at Docklands.
More Perishing tyke diving antics and obscene finger gestures at Grand Canal Dock.
Famine ship Jeanie Johnston, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1.
Is no tall apparatus safe?
Slippery, history-loving devils.
Sean O’Casey Bridge, Dublin.
Thanks Angry Arb
Wet-suited tykes leaping off the Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dublin.
From top: Darrell Edgar; Darrell again; Ciaran O’Connor and Darrell (diving); Ross Burnett and Gerard Loftus
(Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland)
Carlisle O’Connell Bridge, Dublin this evening.
Rayne Booth asks:
“Any ideas why people are jumping off O’Connell bridge?”
The Liffey by the IFSC this afternoon.
From top: Dylan Hyland, Sean Lynam, Sean again and unidentified tyke.
(Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland)
Slo-mo diving at the Forty Foot, Sandycove, Co Dublin yesterday.
Thanks Alan O’Connor (JiveCork)