The Convention Centre’s building wears a handful of coloured stripes. The waters do the rest.
This photo is not even close to what you can actually see in a cool evening right before the sunset on the south bank of the River Liffey. However, it still allows me to show how beautiful Dublin is.
That is not all. Outside the picture, on the left is the Samuel Beckett Brige. One hundred metres to the right (or east) there is a French ship, a colossal cruiser and further, the Irish Sea.
Can you imagine how many other marvels of the world we are missing because we just see what’s been photographed?
Even worse, how many precious details we are missing because we don’t pay enough attention?