Best reason I can come up with for the repeat visit to Dublin.....Sam!
The likeness of Oscar Wilde in St Stephens Green is as colorful as the poet/playwright himself.
The message speaks for itself, and flower pots in the chimney, what's not to love?
modern day gargoyle
Boston/Cambridge needs these.
Swan family in St Stephen's Green
Standing on high ground in the oldest part of Dublin, Christ Church Cathedral (12-13 century) is one of the city's finest historic buildings. Part of the Anglican Church of Ireland, the cathedral is the mother church for the diocese of Dublin and Glendalough. It is one of two Protestant cathedrals in Dublin; the other being St Patrick's Cathedral, just to the south.
Grafitti on a door of Christchurch, at least it speaks of love.
St Patrick's Cathedral
Complete with it's own form of grafitti, yarn bombing!
Ireland becomes first country to legalize gay marriage by popular vote in May, one of the many signs I saw in support.
The Winding Stair Book Store and tea shop. They have a superb restaurant upstairs.
The Grand Canal was down the street from my B&B, a peaceful respite from the hustle of Dublin. No idea who the dude on the bench is!
So many great doors!
I wandered into the "street art" capital of Dublin...some very cool stuff!
Caught in the act....
tools of the trade
Off duty leprechaun ?
I have a "thing" for tables and chairs. National Gallery Of Art
Temple Bar is reputed to be Dublin's "bohemian quarter"