Haven't posted for a while, but I had a wander round the City Centre last Saturday for the first time in ages. It was a beautiful day and there were loads of people around. A few shots - One of the most photographed buildings in town, but I liked this shot. A memorial to the Great Famine which caused over a million deaths and more than 2 million people to emigrate. The building in the background is a symbol of the country's newfound wealth. It's the HQ of a leading Bank. Buskers Statue of early 1900s Trade Union leader - Larkin was renowned for his oratory. Riverscape. It wouldn't be Dublin without a pub. Thanks for looking.