Dublin (Through Streets of Narrow Stone) in Pictures

O'Connell Street architecture:

Looking along The Liffey, the river which divides Dublin into north and south:

Graffiti wisdom in Temple Bar

Art is to be found within people not within the walls of a museum

Grafton Street, Dublin's premiere pedestrian shopping street

Busker in Temple Bar:

Demonstration in front of the General Post Office:

Inside the Trinity College grounds

The cloudy sky surrounding this Dublin bus sign gives you an idea of what the weather can be like:

Trinity College:

The Spire, O'Connell Street

GPO, the headquarters of the uprising's leaders in 1916

A sunny day, Stephen's Green park:

Pedestrian shopping street, Henry Street, after the stores have closed for the day:

Hanging out in Bray:

Merrion Square Georgian door:

I'm not sure whether this message on the front of a Dublin pub actually counts as positive or not:

There is a good time coming.. Be it ever so far away.

Dáil Éireann, the Irish House of Representatives:

Dame Street:

This gives you an idea of some of the different boys' names that are popular in Ireland:

Temple Bar building containing Comet Records:

Recession pricing on Dame Street:

By the sea in Sandymount:

Rent a bike bay, Kildare Street down the road Dáil Éireann, Irish parliament:

Powerscourt Estate Gardens

Every time I see this view of Powerscourt I can't help but imagine Mr. Darcy striding across the lawn:

Glendalough monastic settlement:

Hanging ou in the Japanese Garden, Powerscourt Estate grounds:

Celtic cross, Glendalough:

Scenic Glendalough:

Powerscourt grounds: