SEPTEMBER 2021
I have always found this difficult to photograph because of its location [height above road, angle of view, facing onto a main road from on high]. Today the Sony 90mm Macro lens produced better images than any of my other lenses have produced to date.
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I have always found this difficult to photograph because of its location [height above road, angle of view, facing onto a main road from on high]. Today the Sony 90mm Macro lens produced better images than any of my other lenses have produced to date.
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Dublin's Coat of Arms is the identifying emblem of the City of Dublin and has been in use in one form or another for at least 400 years. The full Coat of Arms shows three burning castles on a shield, flanked by two female figures.
DUBLIN CITY COAT OF ARMS
Dublin City Council has spent at least €600,000 on contactless pedestrian button modifications for traffic lights in its battle to combat the spread of Covid-19.
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Kings In the pub The is located on the corner of Henrietta Street and Bolton Street.

I always sceptical when I see claims such as "established 1842" however Henrietta Street was developed by Luke Gardiner during the 1720
I decided if I could verify the claim [www.libraryireland.com/Dublin-Street-Directory-1862/135.php] and discovered that in 1862 Margaret O'Callaghan owned the Queen's Inns Tavern. This is interesting because King's Inns would have changed its name depending on whether there was a King or Queen in London so if Ireland was still part of the UK it would be Queen's Inns.
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Kings In the pub The is located on the corner of Henrietta Street and Bolton Street.

I always sceptical when I see claims such as "established 1842" however Henrietta Street was developed by Luke Gardiner during the 1720
I decided if I could verify the claim [www.libraryireland.com/Dublin-Street-Directory-1862/135.php] and discovered that in 1862 Margaret O'Callaghan owned the Queen's Inns Tavern. This is interesting because King's Inns would have changed its name depending on whether there was a King or Queen in London so if Ireland was still part of the UK it would be Queen's Inns.
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This year the organisers will be celebrating the 35th Anniversary of Sculpture in Context and 20 years exhibiting in the Botanic Gardens.
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Frank has been a full time Fine Art painter for the past sixteen years. Prior to that he worked as an award winning Theatre design artist, both in Ireland and internationally.
DRAGONFLY
Born in Newry Co. Down, raised in West Cork and Dublin, Martin O’Keefe is a visual artist who works primarily in the mediums of stainless and mild steel, aluminium, copper and brass.
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The minute I saw this I knew it was by Ken Drew.

Kenneth Drew is a practising sculptor with a studio in Ashtown, Dublin. He is also a sculpture tutor at Whitehall College, City of Dublin ETB. He works in a wide range of materials and scales from studio pieces to larger outdoor forms. He exhibits on a regular basis and works on private commissions for medium and larger scale sculptural forms. He has work in the Art for the State Collection and private collections in the US, Netherlands, Kuwait, UK Australia and throughout Ireland.
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This is the smaller of two similar items by Martin O'Keefe.

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