Irish Photographer Captures Eerily Deserted Images Of Dublin
If there's one positive thing that The Beast and The Beauty (Emma) is that paps have been in their element.
And these pictures taken by Irish Photographer Andy Sheridan capture the stunning beauty of snow covered streets that have an eerily dreamlike quality.
We might be tucked up in the house but these guys are straight out there!
Check out this thread he posted to Twitter:
Next stop Capel Street. I've always loved this vista up to City Hall, but I'd never seen it like this before... #Dublin #Ireland #Photography #sneachta #architecture #BeastFromTheEast pic.twitter.com/OmVrgQHkhS— Andy Sheridan (@jnrbaker) March 1, 2018
Today was an extraordinary day. Tomorrow will be even more so...or so it seems. I'm excited. I've an early start ahead of me. Meanwhile, here's the King's Inns, 1800-1817 by James Gandon, completed by Francis Johnston #Dublin #Ireland #architecture #photography #BeastFromTheEast pic.twitter.com/GkW05yBmiM— Andy Sheridan (@jnrbaker) February 28, 2018
Very early this morning I went for a ramble through town...it ended up being an almost 6 hour ramble. Here's the first photo I took on my route as I passed through Smithfield #Dublin #Ireland #longexposure #photography #BeastfromtheEast pic.twitter.com/odiBHtOWiA— Andy Sheridan (@jnrbaker) March 1, 2018
Then I remembered a view of the Ha'penny bridge I'd been trying to get for ages, but it never worked out...there was always traffic.— Andy Sheridan (@jnrbaker) March 1, 2018
Not this time though.#Dublin #Ireland #Photography #architecture #BeastFromTheEast #WinterIsHere pic.twitter.com/QnvC3Kruld