Taken last night by Tom Murphy.
Don’t phone, it’s just for fun.
Update: It’s Lough Ramor near Virginia, Co. Cavan.
Taken yesterday by Jason Walsh.
Taken today by Allan Dixon.
By Gerry Quinn.
Lines close at 9am.
UPDATE: A posting error meant that a photo of Grove Road, Rathmines appeared to users of Karl’s Broadsheet app. Apologies.
Taken on Saturday by Maidhci.
Lines close at 3.30pm
Update: “Looking back down the Curved Gully on the way to the top of Corrán Tuathail.”
Taken this afternoon by Cathal O’Rourke.
Lines close at 9pm.
Update: O’Devaney Gardens, Dublin 7.
Taken today by Gerry Quinn.
Update: Ballyvaughan, Co Clare taken from the top of Cappenawalla hil
Lines close at 12.30pm.
Update: St Patrick’s Hall, Dublin Castle. William van der Hagen ‘State Ball at Dublin Castle’ 1731.
Lines close at 10am.
The painting is by James Arthur O’Connor (1792-1841) and entitled ‘View of Irishtown from Sandymount’.
Sibling of Daedalus writes:
The gabled end on the left is Cranfield’s Baths (remembered in the name of Cranfield Road, Sandymount). Only well-off people could use the baths. The locals shown in the picture wouldn’t have been let inside the place.
The church is St Matthew’s Church and that’s Clontarf and Raheny on the other side of the bay. You can also see on the right a sloping gangway on the South Wall with a gaggle of passengers waiting for a ferry to the mainland or perhaps for an eastbound ship.