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Featured in the Ireland group August 2010.
Taken with a Canon EOS 50D.
bridge, canal, city, cork, ireland, river, stone, street, water, waterway
Fine Art Photography, High Dynamic Range, Landscape, Architecture, Cityscape and Nature Photographer and Digital Photographic Artist.
Nicely captured mate. I am sure that light would have been tricky to expose for.Davo
not being picky but it’s not a canal it’s the south channel of the River Lee. The river splits in two a couple of miles up river, it used to run through a marsh in the city but the channels in the city were put into underground culverts and the river banked up into two channels. Nice shot though.It’s called Sullivans Quay.
thanks for your comment & the additional info… I guess a canal is different to river by definition, so thanks. I leave the title though :-)
– Mark Richards
and it’s salt water at this point tooI’ll go now honest..I’m gone