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Dyke Parade, Cork City

Also known as Mardyke Walk, it’s an interesting street as the exterior of most the houses here look like they haven’t been touched since the 18th century.

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Tyndall, Cork City

According to the Wikipedia article, the Tyndall National Institute specialises in “ICT hardware research, commercialisation of technology and the education of next generation researchers”. It was also included in the Queen’s itinerary on her visit to Cork in May 2011.

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Rochestown at Sunset

If you’re starting from Cork City, you can easily walk to Rochestown through the old Cork City to Crosshaven railway line in less than an hour. There is the alternative path of walking around Mahon, past Blackrock castle, alongside the … Continue reading

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Fog in Lee Field at night

As part of my routine of self punishment, I stood approximately 2 hours on wet grass trying to take advantage of the full moon and a blanket of fog that was sweeping over Lee Fields. Ideally I would be taking … Continue reading

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Marina Roundabout, Cork City

I’ve had the good fortune of taking this from the Elysian in 2010’s Cork Heritage Day. Depending on whether or not the Docklands Project is going to go ahead, we might be seeing a different picture altogether in a few … Continue reading

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Breaking Dawn in Pope’s Quay

I’m not much of an early bird, I struggle enough getting out of bed at 7:20 am and then I start to debate with myself whether or not I should sacrifice some work time for snoozing. It’s been 2 years … Continue reading

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