Dublin’s most famous bridge, the Ha’penny Bridge was Ireland’s first cast iron bride. Built in 1816, for more than a 100 years after, it cost a half penny to cross, hence the name (it was officially the Liffey bridge). The mixture of clouds and sunlight this day was really amazing and produced some excellent shots.
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