‘from swerve of shore to bend of bay’
James Joyce, Finnegans Wake
Dublin is a city bordered by the sea – in all its moods and beauty. Dublin Bay presents over 250 photographs from Howth in the north to Greystones in the south, capturing:
Enjoyed by thousands of locals and visitors alike, the bay attracts sailors, windsurfers, divers, swimmers, cliff walkers, birdwatchers, artists, writers, fishermen, cultural tourists, wildlife enthusiasts, families – all those drawn to the sea.
terrific … a labour of love … the Kennedy’s do a masterful job, via stunning photographs and accompanying text, of reminding readers, and travellers, that the city’s identity, and its aura, remains sharply shaped by water; both the sea that snuggles it to the east, and the Liffey River that runs through it