Dollymount Strand ,Dublin.
Where are your masks?
Seapoint, County Dublin (pic 1-2) and and Dun Laohghaire, County Dublin
— Angela Ray (@AngelaR34138326) May 19, 2020
Dollymount Strand, Dublin.
Gemma O’Doherty and John Waters lead a rally against the coronaivirus emergency measures.
With a bit luck, this is clear message from Gemma O Doherty and John Waters that they’re leaving Ireland and hopping on the next flight to the Ivory Coast.. for good pic.twitter.com/AL3g9VYhiQ
— Jer Dixon (@JeremyDixonDJ) May 20, 2020
Sryan Bruen tweetz:
Storm Brendan *literally* battering the Dublin coast at Clontarf yesterday. Quite the scene.
Photograph by Mark Taylor
Yesterday: The Brendan Voyage
South Wall, Dublin 4.
Dublin City Council writes:
“There is a further high tide predicted for Wednesday 15th January, 2020 at 3pm. As a result the flood defences and car parks will remain closed at Clontarf, Sandymount and along the tidal reaches of the River Dodder. These will be removed on Thursday 16th January.
Dublin City Council will continue to monitor and take necessary action over the coming days.”
Cool kite, brah.
A round-up of some of the action from Battle For The Bay on Dollymount Strand in Dublin at the weekend.
Sunrise on a chilly Dollymount Strand, Dublin this morning.
Thanks Paul Doogue