Dublin’s Great South Wall is not somewhere I usually walk, but it was such a beautiful evening last night that, on my way home from speaking at Music 3.0, I took a small detour to watch the sun setting with a busy Dublin Port in the foreground.
Really interesting evening at Music 3.0 (from what I saw of it). The concept is smart. Exchanging ideas and thoughts between industries is a constructive thing to do – kudos to Jim Carroll and First Music Contact’s Angela Dorgan!
Here are a few photos from my walk:
Taken closer to Poolbeg – a heron out looking for dinner …
Hoping this beautiful weather we’re having in Dublin is here for a few more days!
I posted a photo late last night of yesterday’s sunset. As I said then:
Being on the east coast of Ireland I don’t get to see too many spectacular sunsets, but this evening I found the perfect spot to see one on a crisp spring evening. It was freezing, practically deserted, perfectly still, quiet and really beautiful. It reminded me of all the Saturdays I spent as a kid flying model gliders with my Dad off the slopes around Kilakee.
I took a lot of photos. Here are a few from the set
And the one I posted last night:
Hope you’re having a lovely Sunday.