Day After St Patrick’s Day

What a day!!!! Got up at 5am and trust me, it was not easy task to do, considering the fact that I got back home, from a little St Patrick’s Day Party in Dublin, around 1 am. Anyway I made it πŸ™‚ I was hoping to do absolutely different shoots than I have gotten, but if you don’t have what you like you take what you get and here it goes…

I went back home where I restored me batteries in the warmth of me bed, had a breakfast and headed to the Marley Park in Dublin.

In the coffee shop I discovered a back door which brought me to a beautiful garden. Hard to believe that I have been in the park so many times and only now I found this place. Well, maybe it’s because I don’t drink much coffee πŸ™‚ In this amazing hidden place I met my new friend who was taking his early afternoon siesta πŸ™‚

After my dinner I really started to feel my disrupted pattern of sleep and all I wanted now is to relax. Suddenly I got a text message from a friend who informed me that there is a Firework show at the bridge our time. Oh boy I was so lazy by then, but on the other hand I wanted to be there with my camera as I have never before taken any shots of the fireworks…

While being there and enjoying the show I looked in to the sky and thought, wow it’s a such a clear sky tonight I think I should try to take photo of the stars. Just for the information, we don’t get clear sky very often here in Ireland πŸ™‚

Quick phone call to a friend and soon after the show was over the three of us were in the Wicklow Mountains experiencing something unreal…

Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did πŸ™‚

14 thoughts on “Day After St Patrick’s Day

  1. Outstanding series of photos! I really like the second and third photos the most! Great job!

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