I had a walkabout around Limerick the other evening. John Hickey (another local photographer) and myself took a stroll around to see what we could see. The light was wonderful, so just about sunset we went into the Strand Hotel and asked at reception if we could go up to the top floor. Thanks to the very nice person on reception, who checked with the boss in the back room and up we headed.
As the sun went down there was a lovely colour to the sky over Thomond Park, the local rugby grounds.
A while later, once the sun had gone down, we move to the other side of the building, and I set up my tripod on the very edge of the balcony, and took a series of five long-exposure images (about 15 seconds each). Stitched in PhotoshopCS5, and the GuyGowan retouch action applied (Yes, I subscribed to the website), plus a few more retouches from myself . I like to call this one “King John’s to the Clarion”, which covers about 800 years of Limerick history. This is the result:
This is best viewed large.
Overall I think it was quite a productive evening. 🙂
2 thoughts on “800 Years of Limerick, from King Johns to the Clarion…”
A very productive evening indeed. Great shot of Limerick. Congrats!
Hey that’s a great photo of the bridge etc – I’m telling you, the tourist board would love you!
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