…anyone that has known me for a while knows how much I love books and reading. This library is the one at Farmleigh House in Dublin. It would be a dream for me, still I have a few IKEA shelves groaning under the weight of my collection so that will have to do me until I win the lottery. The house was once the home of the Guinness family(Yes that Guinness family). It was purchased by the Irish government in 1999 for the sum of €52.2 million Euro (Including extensive restoration costs) It’s now open to the public.
The buzzer sounded, the people left, and all that remained were rows and rows of empty seats.
More of my images can be seen at my own blog.
Embracing winter is one of the keys to surviving and keeping one’s sanity in the cold north. Being willing to see beauty in the ice and snow, be willing to endure the frigid temps and howling winds will open the photographer to rewarding opportunities.
Canon 5DS, Tamron SP 28-75mm f/2.8, ISO 50, 75mm, f/10, 1/250 sec.
See more of my winter images and other work at my Northern Visions Blog.
Sunset Beach Bridge Composition
See more Carolina Landscapes on my portfolio site.
Happy Valentines when it comes.