St. Anne’s Shandon

Panasonic LX1, f4.9, 1/400sec, ISO 80, 0EV, 28mm equivalent (Click to enlarge)
Panasonic LX1, f4.9, 1/400sec, ISO 80, -0.3 EV, 28mm equivalent (Click to enlarge)

The sharp-eyed among you will easily be able to work out which photo was taken first ;-) The tower of St. Anne’s, Shandon is one of the most well known sights of Cork city. Yesterday I got a bit lost trying to take a shortcut to the Orthopaedic Hospital and was pleasantly surprised at finding myself at the foot of this famous Church building. The light was interesting and I had my small pocket camera with me, so much to the amusement of a few of the patrons of a nearby drinking establishment I took a couple of pictures…

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