• Locksmith Ballybough

    Ballybough, people, key shop


  • Lidl Shop

    Lidl, A celebration

    Architecture Photography of Lidl


  • All choice and nothing to choose from

    Shopping Choice

    Supermarket Architecture, Lots of the same choice


  • Enniskillen Shop

    Shop in EnniskillenPaul Tierney Architectural Photographer


  • Shop Facade of Yellow Cabs Taxi Cork

    Cork Taxi Yellow Cab

    Shop Facade of Yellow Cabs Taxi Cork


  • shop on dorset street

    Family Shop

    The family shop on Dorset street, The shop keeper can be seen on the top upper left of the picture, behind the largest row of sweets, the photograph is taken from the front entrance of the shop.


  • Flowers for all occasions

    Petals in the Coombe

    Petals in the Coombe follow on in that series of images looking at reflective spaces. HTe image is made up of a gird of the facade , the facade is intersected by the mullions, advertising, roller shutter bars. The part i like most is a mirrored edge  that covers one of the mulliions. IN the window tthere are lotto signs, teddy bears with ” born in the Coombe” , plastic flowers. Retail Heaven!

     


  • Vine Tree

    The Vine tree


  • Frank’s

    Dublin Shop

    Frank's Shop , Dublin

    Franks,  a celebration of a shop.


  • Enniskillen 2

    More from a series of portraits in shops


  • Enniskillen 1

    This was a small art and architecture project in Enniskillen.  The idea was to portray people in their working environment. Its only a small selection of images.

    Knit one pearl one :


  • Ushers Island

    ” Snow is general all over Ireland” :  James Joyce’s short story ‘The Dead’ is set on the feast of the Epiphany in 15 Ushers Island 1904. The house was restored in 2002 by Brendan Kilty SC. This is a selection of photographs from the restoration.

    The house is described as ” dark….guant” by Joyce. The Dead plots the social geography of Dublin at turn of the 19th century . It is now over one hundred since the scenes in The Dead took place.

    The Dead was published as part of “Dubliners” his collection of short stories. The predominant theme of the collection is of “Paralysis” . Dublin is a remnant of the British Empire, once the second city in the kingdom. It is now a fading city. Joyce wrote that he wanted the final story in Dubliners to be a positive account of life in the city. The story tells of a party for friends, family and music students on the feast of the Epiphany. As the story unfolds to reveals the personal struggle of the characters, the story is filled with amusement, pathos and loss.

    More information is available here:  http://www.joycesdublin.ie/