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These were taken on an incredibly cold Saturday morning while flood water was still remained in the Lee Fields, it was in the process of freezing in some parts but it didn’t remain cold enough for that to happen …
This was the state of some of the buildings surrounding the asylum on 11th of November 2012, some were easily accessible and others weren’t, such as the actual asylum itself which had all the entrances blocked all around. If you … Continue reading
These were taken from Lavitt’s Quay and Coal Quay area of Cork City at the time when high tides and heavy rainfall hit the city on the 17th of October, 2012. Video:
Back in May I finally got the opportunity to see it for myself. Allihies Copper Mine was at some point in the mid 1800’s, the largest copper mining operation in Europe and once the copper production dwindled in the … Continue reading
Some photos taken from the Dragon of Shandon parade that takes place around the Shandon area every 31st of October to celebrate Samhain. More info about the parade can be read here. There’s video too:
I took this on a morning walk to work in Ballincollig when the conditions were perfect for the mist.
There is certainly no shortage of birds of these type in Cork City. Tastes like chicken.
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.
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.