Some 360 images from a VR tour I created for the beautiful penthouse apartment at Capital Dock. Below are some of the amazing views from the penthouse windows.
I had the pleasure of spending a week in Florence recently. What an incredible city! It's hard to believe that people could have made such amazing art so long ago, and that so much of it has survived intact. Every street, and every square has something stunning to admire. One of the things that struck … Continue reading Firenze
I had a little time to kill yesterday on the campus of NUI Maynooth. It's also home to St. Patrick's College - a Pontifical University.
I've taken plenty of shots of the new incinerator, looking across from Sandymount. Last night (Feb13th 2018), I stopped on the way home to snap them from the other side, looking from Grand Canal Dock. I picked up a few other shots around there too.
On the second night of a night shoot last week, I took this at about 12.30am in Grand Canal Square, in front of the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin, Ireland. It's a bit noisy, because the GoPro currently won't expose longer than 1/4sec when shooting RAW. Kinda frustrating since it can stay open for … Continue reading Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
Looking for something to do in Dublin on Saturday, I popped in to the Natural History Museum for a while. It's a strange little place, but interesting and worth a visit. There are only two levels currently open to the public - such a shame that the upper levels are out of bounds. Lack of … Continue reading The Dead Zoo
What an incredible place. Frozen in time. There's not that much to it - one big, magnificent space, but it's well worth a visit and well worth allowing enough time to pore over the exquisite detail. I didn't take the free guided tour this time, but I think I'll go back soon and do that. … Continue reading St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Located in the heart of the medieval city of Dublin, Christ Church cathedral is one of the city's finest buildings. Founded by the Hiberno-Norse, rebuilt by the Anglo-Normans and extensively restored in the 1870's, the present building is an intriguing blend of original 12th and 13th century material alongside exactingly recreated Victorian Gothic features.
Dublin Castle off Dame Street, Dublin, Ireland, was until 1922 the seat of the UK government's administration in Ireland, and is now a major Irish government complex. Most of it dates from the 18th century, though a castle has stood on the site since the days of King John, the first Lord of Ireland. The … Continue reading Dublin Castle
Tucked away behind Grafton Street in the centre of Dublin, this is just one of several beautiful alcoves within the church.
I shot a couple of photospheres at Grand Canal Square this week. Take a look around here - click on one of the images below to activate the 360 viewer.
I wandered up to the top of Stephen's Green Shopping Centre car park on Saturday afternoon, to see what I could see. I had nowhere better to be, so decided to stick around for an hour or so to catch the sundown. It was beautiful, and a little surreal. Although I didn't record many people … Continue reading Parklife
Yesterday started out snowing. Most of the afternoon, it pounded down hailstones, and then, the evening turned out like this. What can I say? It's Ireland. I'd planned to go shoot some time-lapse clips for a video we're doing, so I had to hang about in work till nearly 9pm before it was time to go … Continue reading Grand stretch in the evenings
Here's a few more shots around Dublin, taken on tuesday and thursday night this week. If you are interested in purchasing prints or usage rights for any of these shots, I’d be happy to discuss it!
Dublin is quite pretty at night, when the colour is switched on. The glow in the sky, creamy blur of light and soft smudges of clouds are always a nice surprise, when the shutter closes after a long-exposure. If you are interested in purchasing prints or usage rights for any of these shots, I'd be happy … Continue reading Time to shine