A collection of ‘window photography’ from Ireland.
Sun streaming in through the windows in a room in Belfast. Boarded-up windows are painted with portraits in a Belfast alley. Paintings or photos on boarded-up windows were very popular throughout both Irelands. Three different types of ‘window photography’ from the Crumlin Road Gaol (Jail) in Belfast, Ireland.
Looking through a window down onto the grounds.From the exterior of the jail the windows all look like gaping mouths with rows of little white teeth waiting to chomp down on anyone try to escape. The medical office in the jail, eerily lit by a single window and a bare light bulb. A window looking out to the sea in the medieval castle of Carrickfergus along the Coastal Causeway Route of Ireland, UK.Cobwebs gather in a Kinsale church window in the Republic of Ireland. Eager to meet you, a dog in a car window in Galway. Rainy day view out the window of our ferry to the Aran Island of Inisheer, the Queen of Aran. A window opens onto a tree growing inside the ruins of the former Fort Charles in Kinsale. Looking out the windows of the Dublin Botanical Garden Conservatory.Lace curtains in Johnnie Fox’s Pub just outside of Dublin.A kitchen window with fans installed in Dublin’s Modern Art Gallery. Pastel plastic bags piled up in a window in Dublin.
Tempting window displays in a wondrous cheese shop in Dublin.Having a Guinness & Black Current cocktail in the Guinness Storehouse at St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin. More of this week’s Lens-Artists Challenge: Windows.