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Posted by on Oct 7, 2011 in 1reland, Around Dublin, Artist's Eye, Arts & Crafts, Dublin, Featured, Historic, Scenery | 4 comments

Dublin on the Liffey

Photo by Jim Berkeley - http://www.dublinontheliffey.ie/ - All Rights Reserved

It wasn’t long after reader Joe Conway sent me a link to Dublin on the Liffey that I found myself hypnotized by Jim Berkeley’s images of Ireland’s capital as reflected by the River Liffey. It’s a whole new way to see Ireland’s capital. Have a look for yourself.

www.dublinontheliffey.ie

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4 Comments

  1. That’s a nice picture of the HaPenny bridge. However, it’s hard to enjoy the Liffey without a clothes pin affixed firmly to one’s nose.

  2. I prefer to enjoy Dublin from a distance… of approx. 200km. What a hole! It’s the least Irish city in Ireland

  3. We found that a day in Dublin was more than enough with the kids. One day we’ll return when they can appreciate it more!

  4. Hard to look at those pics…they make me a little dizzy!

    Everyone currently seems to be a little down on Dublin, huh? It’s a city, so it can be grimy and noisy, and yes I too can only take a day or two of it at a time, but it’s got history and it’s got charms.
    I’d much much much rather spend time there than in Manhattan…and I’m a born and raised New Yorker…LOL!

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