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The other day I offered a view of Dublin’s Heuston Station lit for St. Patrick’s Day.
A day or so later, I rode by on the top of a double decker bus, and it occurred to me that I’d missed the image.
By showing the station face-on, I inadvertently minimized the effect of the lit Irish Tricolour.
Here, I show the station at a more oblique angle the I feel does a better job of capturing the effect. I’ve included the LUAS but in a marginal role.
What do you think?
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It’s become an annual tradition to bathe Dublin’s iconic buildings with green light on the run up to St. Patrick’s Day. I exposed this view of Heuston Station on March 12, 2015 using my Lumix LX-7.
For me one of the most effective times to make night photographs is when there’s still a hint of daylight remaining.
More photos of the Greening of Dublin tomorrow!
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