Another photo taken from a train window.
A small bridge across the pond in St Stephen’s Green park in Dublin.
A DART train reflecting in a glass building.
A view from a train bridge towards O’Connell’s Bridge in Dublin. Taken while in motion (obviously).
Taken from a train window while in motion. This is the spire, a landmark in Dublin.
Merrion Square park, Dublin.
I know the top is overexposed, but I still like it.
“Srsly, mon, are you gonna eat the WHOLE sandwich?!”
People feeding birds in St Stephen’s Green park in Dublin.
Connolly station, Dublin.
A boy getting off his bike to feed the birds in Herberts Park.
Heuston train station in Dublin.
Another shot from the bus window.
This one was taken from a bus window. It’s around the Docklands area in Dublin.
I’m reviewing some of my photos I had decided not to publish, but some of them are actually ok, when edited properly. Maybe I needed to stop staring at them for a few weeks. This one came out in a vintage style in the postprocessing (remember the old black and white photographs painted with watercolour to add some life to them?). I like the surreality of it. The world seems massively surreal to me most of the time, I suppose.
This was the first warm and sunny Sunday of this year, during the St. Patrick’s day festival. People went to parks with their families to enjoy the warmth and nice weather.
I went to a lovely traditional music and sean nós singing session. What I loved about it was that people were very friendly, even to outsiders like me. I tried to take some photos without being intrusive. This is one of the best ones. People were very focused on playing and listening.
This was taken through a cafe window, I thought it looked interesting with all the reflections.
This is a courtyard of the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin. Photo taken from the inside, from one of the second floor passages.
I like to take photos of places where I eat or have tea. This particular cafe is on the second floor of a certain shopping centre on Henry Street in Dublin.
One of the Georgian houses near the Merrion Square in Dublin.
I stumbled upon this while strolling around looking at the St. Patrick’s Day festival events at the Merrion Square in Dublin. This one was inside the park; the idea was to write your thanks or wishes on a piece of paper and then attach it to one of the many yellow flags stuck into the grass.
Glass ceiling in the Heuston train station hall in Dublin.
The only sunset photos I tolerate, are the ones where the actual sun isn’t visible. This is Ha’penny bridge in Dublin, evening rush hour. People going home from work.
I like creating the unreal impression when editing my city photos. This was actually taken in the morning, around the Westmoreland Street area in Dublin.
Taken on a platform of Connolly Station in Dublin. I have no idea what that building is.
Connolly Station tram stop in Dublin – again. This shot has stronger shadows than the previous one. Shadow is one of my favourite subjects in photography.
I often travel by train or bus, and I’ve been experimenting with taking photos through windows. As it’s seen, with all the reflections, parts of the vehicle I’m in, dirty glass, distortions etc; trying to shape all that into a composition. Sometimes I change the colours a bit. In this one, I enhanced them to create a slightly surreal feeling.
A building reflected and distorted in a mirror, seen through a glass window. Taken in Dublin.
Playing with focus in my new lens :)
You sit in front of your computer doing stuff for the whole day and nothing happens, and then you leave the house for several hours and suddenly you get tons of likes and comments :D
This is my second appearance in Freshly Pressed. Thanks guys, I really appreciate it. You have no idea how much it motivates me to go on.