Dublin Pearse Station – again.
Shadows were the element that attracted my attention here.
Another photo taken from a train window.
A DART train reflecting in a glass building.
Connolly station, Dublin.
This one was taken from a bus window. It’s around the Docklands area in Dublin.
Taken through a dirty train window, with a focus on marks left by rain. When I was painting on a regular basis, my paintings looked pretty much like this.
I have to take a train every time I want to go to Dublin. This is a relatively reliable means of transport.
Also, my blog has got over 200 subscribers since today. Thank you! I would never imagine, that my photos could be so popular.
DART is an acronym for Dublin Area Rapid Transport. Basically it’s a train line that goes north-south along the coast and through the Dublin City centre. I actually love the name “DART”, it’s a pretty nifty word game.
“Stand back behind the yellow line”. Taken on a platform, of course.
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.
Connolly Station luas stop (luas is a tram in Ireland) on a sunny day.