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View Along the River
25-JUN-2017

View Along the River

Dublin, Ireland

Featuring the Jeanie Johnston, a reconstructed famine ship which still sails to different places and is a museum I believe. She had the reputation of getting all her passengers safely to North America, which could not be said for the rest of the ships ferrying emigrants across the Atlantic during the potato famine. More on her history at jeaniejohnston.ie/history Further down is the iconic Dublin Convention Center.


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pkocinski31-Jul-2017 23:27
The tilted building keeps drawing my eye to it...
Ton T.31-Jul-2017 14:32
Superb image! Love the old ship and the modern buildings V
Neil Marcus30-Jul-2017 20:44
It makes for an interesting dichotomy. I find the cylindrical, angled building is different for difference sake.Not a good reason. "V"
Grouchy Neil
fotabug30-Jul-2017 20:18
What a wonderful Ship!
Wim Ensie30-Jul-2017 19:40
Old and new, great!!!
joseantonio30-Jul-2017 19:31
very nice contrast with that modern architecture.V.
Jim Coffman30-Jul-2017 18:59
Wow, what a unique looking waterfront scene! Well captured, Dan!
globalgadabout30-Jul-2017 18:58
those were desperate times when the famine ships ferried people away from Ireland during a distressed era...interesting to see one of the vessels intact...as for the tipsy convention centre, will gladly sample whatever the architect was drinking..
Carol How30-Jul-2017 18:43
That's a scene I never imagined to see in Ireland...cool that they still have an old vessel in the harbour.. super image Dan! V