A portion of Dun Laoghaire East Pier, looking towards Howth.
The almost totally ruined Dough Castle (1306) by Lahinch Golf course lurks under an impressively threatening sky.
Close to the Maretimo area of Blackrock, a number of buildings and special facilities were built for the property owners that the Dublin to Kingstown railway went through. This compensation was reportedly necessary to allow the railway to go ahead. In any event, the harbour directly beside the line, reachable at low tide, used to have a metal cross serving some nautical purpose which has now sadly broken off. Here we see it during a very blue sunset.