From Dún Laoghaire pier.
(Thanks John Gallen)
Graiguenamanagh, as seen from the River Barrow.
(Thanks Sheila Larkin)
Tom Creans tweetz:
Amazing ship the National Geographic Explorer, docked in Dingle
A View from the Hall.
A tribute to the area formerly known as Kingstown.
Patrick Murphy writes:
About a month ago I left London due to really unfortunate circumstances that were well out of my control. Without getting into too much detail I had to pack up and go home. I wasn’t sure how I felt about the whole thing until the day I came back. I walked around my hometown of Dún Laoghaire [Co Dublin] for a day. I
talked to my friends and family about London and was reminded of how much I loved Dún Laoghaire and the people in it. It made me feel so much better about coming home and gave me a new purpose and drive I haven’t felt in a long while.
‘A view from the Hall’ is a love letter to the place and people who have made me who I am. Ó Chuan go Sliabh.
Niall Cremen tweetz:
Distressing and ugly signs appearing around Dún Laoghaire this morning.
The east pier
Kingstown Dún Laoghaire, County Dublin.
Thanks Ciara King
Corballis, Donabate, North County Dublin.
Thanks Oval Head
Bray Head this evening.
Ultan of Sea Fishing Ireland writes:
If you can afford a summery shoutout, there is something really great going on in the Irish angling scene in Dún Laoghaire that’s also a tribute to multicultural Ireland and to diversity. Lots of Asian Irish folks fishing for mackerel together – whole families at times, and most encouraging – and a challenge to the stereotypical Irish taxi driver, sorry, sea angler – women swinging those mackerel flies off the end of a rod like the best of them.
And they’re catching too. Mackerel in bucket loads. So, people – take a walk down to the end of the West Pier in Dún Laoghaire or check out the tight liners on the East Pier too. It’s great to see this community in action. They’re welcome to Ireland and those tasty macks too. The great weather just adds to the spirit.
At the hometown of Sinead O’Connor, The Thrills, the Boomtown Rats, The Fountainhead, Nine Out Of Ten Cats and the ex-drummer from The Frames.
The Dún Laoghaire [Co Dublin] Music Weekend.
THIRTY Acts including Wheatus, Le Galaxie and the Dublin City Rounders in Thirteen venues.
Conor Cooke writes:
“I missed most of the debate about this library [centre] due mainly to disinterest but Christ it is ugly and out of place…”
Previously: A ‘Monstrosity’