Five Photos From… Autumnal Dublin

So I’m back from a relaxing – and chilly – break in historic Dublin…

And one thing I couldn’t help but be struck by during my three days there was the radiant autumn colours on show – being a “green” city certainly helps to brighten up the city’s various parks and green spaces once the seasons start turning and the leaves start falling.

This was a welcome sight to me – After all, I’m not much of a drinker, so I was keen to spend my time outside enjoying the sights rather than inside enjoying a bar!

As such, here’s five of my favourite shots of Autumn in Dublin City!

Dublin Castle hiding behind the autumn leaves

Dublin Castle hiding behind the autumn leaves

Looking over the bridge under the trees in St Stephens Green

Looking over the bridge under the trees in St Stephens Green

Colourful trees on the green outside St Patricks Cathedral

Colourful trees on the green outside St Patricks Cathedral

Pathway behind Irish Museum of Modern Art

Pathway behind Irish Museum of Modern Art

Colourful trees surrounding the common on St Stephens Green

Colourful trees surrounding the common on St Stephens Green

All photos are copyright of Carl Forbes 2012, 2013.

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17 responses to “Five Photos From… Autumnal Dublin

  1. Where I’m from there’s no such thing as Autumn, Spring or winter. Awesome seasonal photos.

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