Random Acts of Photography: Colour & Texture, Light & Shade

Molly Malone

Walking through Dublin when the light is good (it does happen!) is always a feast for the artistic minded eye. Whether it is the colours of the city, the greens of Stephen’s green, or the glowing bronze of Molly Malone, or it’s the textures of the buildings, there’s always something to see. This time of the year, when the sun is out, it’s still fairly low, so there are some great long shadows too.

So, without further ado, here’s this weeks edition of Random Acts. Photographic weapons of choice for this set were the Fuji X100 and a Canon 5D Mark II. Processing was done in Lightroom with a little help from my Film Candy presets and also another top secret set that I’m currently working on.

Road Works

A Line of busses waits at the traffic lights on Dame Street

Elephant-and-castle

Daffodil Shadows

Dublin Swans in Stephen's Green

Board Walk

Blue on Blue

Comet Records

A Face on a Wall

No Parking Please text on a Wall

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