The harp in general is an extremely important piece of Irish history I'm told. It's been used in heraldic devices for a long time.This is fantastic. Form isn't following function here, it's intertwined with it. Brilliant!
Such a beautiful bridge.
Do you know about Paul's bridge meme? Send this one in...it's great, and he'd so appreciate it. Here's last week:bridge memeYes, how musical!
It reminds me of the 'new' bridge in Boston: click here
I love it. I've never seen one that looks like that. Excellent :)
What a fantastic bridge. I've never been to Ireland.
Fantastic capture. Very beautiful bridge.
What a beatuiful bridge and great shot!Have a nice weekend:-)
Great photo and good choice for a SWF!Thank you for sharing!
what a fantastic bridge, a great shot for SWF.Gill in Canada
I think that's the prettiest bridge I've ever seen.
I agree with the others, that is the most beautiful bridge I've ever seen! What a fantastic shot, Robin! And such lovely skies as well! Have a lovely weekend!Sylvia
You got a beautiful photo of it, Robin. I've walked across it, but didn't know it was a harp lying on its side... you're putting me to shame!
BTW, the two red&white striped chimneys in the background are from an electricity generating station that was decommissioned a couple of weeks ago!The argument now is whether to demolish those twin towers that are part of Dublin's landscape.
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Beautiful bridge. Love the design. Great shot. Have a great weekend
If I plucked your strings,O bridge, would their vibrationslull me to sweet sleep?My Sky
OH MY! The Irish know how to build fabulous bridges!
Great place.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Samuel Beckett Bridge is a beautiful bridge designed by Santiago Calatrava! Amazing work and great photography! Thanks for sharing this!Pixellicious Photos
That is one really COOL looking bridge!!! What a beautiful photo! Great catch, Robin!
beautiful bridge,just like the bridge they are still working on here in taiwan...
Its is very beautiful, but already people are calling it the Harp Bridge rather than the Samuel Beckett! The day they delivered the sae-crane to start putting the bridge together we happened to be returning to Dublin by ferry so we had a brilliant view of the kerfuffle!
Such a lovely bridge.Great capture Robin.Happy weekend.
Beautiful bridge and beautiful photo. Thank you!Linda
What a neat bridge! I have crossed the river Liffy a few times but that was long ago and none of the stone bridges were this marvelous!~
that is a wonderful sky and skyline....my question to you...what took you so far from home? What an adventure for you and your children...
Actually my children and I (and of course my husband) live in Israel, which is in fact quite far from where we grew up in the US, but Dublin was just a quickie kid-free getaway while my parents were visiting and could watch the kids :).The why Israel question is a much longer one that I'll save for another day. For now I'll just say that it's home, and has been for twenty years now.
The design of that bridge is so imaginative. It's really a piece of art.Thanks for sharing.
You could be a photographer for a living, second print I would buy, satisfied customer I am having bought the Dublin colorful pussy willows...Linda
I would LOVE to make a living as a photograper Linda, or at least to make part of my living that way. It would be such an incredible thing, to be able to actually make a living doing and sharing what I love.To that end, if there are any images here that someone out there wants to purchase that aren't in my shop, by all means let me know and I'll get them in there for you right away :).
looks just like the bridge in Jerusalem, that I just recently realized is meant to evoke the image of King David' harp.....
wow--that is a work of art!
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