I recently had a short visit to Dublin. I didn’t intend to, we’ll cover that in the next blog.
So, with three hours to kill, I thought I might as well get the camera out and start photographing some Street Art.
With not a lot of time to work with, I had to be certain where I was going.
So, I headed to the two places I knew would bring results, Smithfield and Temple Bar, and I would not be disappointed.
Having been in Dublin as recently as July, I knew I would be finding some duplicates, so there was no point in photographing what I have already snapped.
Dublin Canvas have been at their work over those four months between my visits to Dublin, and I snapped their new pieces. Seriously, can we have something similar in Belfast?
Another hotspot I visit was the Car Park at Tivoli Theatre. Unfortunately, due to it being a Car Park, there were cars parked in front of the pieces I wanted to snap.
Despite that, it was still a productive use of my spare time in Dublin.
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