In the heart of Dublin the mighty river Liffey flows calm and steady dividing the north from the south side. Already in the early 15th century attempts were made to unify the ever growing city with the construction of the first of today 21 bridges.
Walking alongside the river bank, enjoying a quiet moment on the wooden boardwalk, watching the seagulls resting their wings - makes me wonder about all the history this old river must have witnessed while human kind constructed their world around it.
Today's photo project was indeed a lovely change from our more common subject working for home builders and architects.
The Ha'penny bridge (Liffey Bridge)
The first iron bridge build in 1816