Aldi, Blackrock, county Dublin.
The Irish butter gives it a more even spread.
Oh, grow up.
Phoenix Park, Dublin.
Mallard Ducks mate at the end of their breeding season.
Mount Usher Garden, Avoca Cafe, Ashford, County Wicklow.
Models Corina Coughlan (top left) and Aine Dwan (above) launch the bovine-heavy ‘Eoin O’Connor at Tipperary Crystal Collection’.
Eoin is known for his brightly-painted cows. which will now feature on cups, place mats and whatnot from Tipperary Crystal, who say:
From concept to reality, the collection was over a year in development and required extensive input and collaboration between Eoin and our internal design team.’
Dresses by Synan O’Mahony.
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Unusually bendy people.
IMMA, KIlmainham, Dublin
The launch of the Dublin Fringe festival 2019 which celebrates its 25th birthday from September 7 – 22 with performance artist Deirdre Griffin (above centre) and dancers Rachel Ní Bhraonáin (right) and Lucia Kickham (left).
Top from left: Ross Hatton, Marguerite Collins, Dylan Wallace, Jazmin Marin and Dylan Cooper
Unidentified location. (possibly Sandymount)
Talent Nation, ‘Ireland’s first, all-inclusive, talent sourcing, directory and booking service’, is on the lookout for the ‘most talented people in Ireland’ to entera competition with a €10,000 prize fund.
Are you all insane?
The water is full of
POO algal bloom.
human poo algal bloom.
The Finnegan family, from left, April, Sabella, Ashley, Molly and Paris learn that a bathing ban has been placed on the beach following
an overlow from local sewage treatment a preponderance of algal bloom in the locality.
That’ll learn them.
Hot out there today but not as bad as AD 1575 when: 'Intense heat prevailed…a loathsome disease arose from this heat…in Dublin, Naas, Ardee, Mullingar, & Athboy…(leaving) many a castle without guard, many a flock without shepherd & many a corpse without burial' #heatwave
— Irish Archaeology (@irarchaeology) June 27, 2019
Goatstown, Dublin 14.
Past winners of the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon Catherina McKiernan (above left) and Maria McCambridge (above right) joined pupils from Mount Anville Secondary School to begin the countdown to this year’s event on Sunday, June 2.
Catherina McKiernan has won the race four times (1997, 1998, 1999, 2004), while Maria McCambridge crossed the finish line first in 2015.
Everyone else walked.
Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland