After a good late-morning nap, we headed gathered ourselves and headed into Dublin; after some debate we decided to save the taxi fare and have me drive (on 4 hours sleep) into the city...fortunately it was Sunday, and traffic was light. We found an awesome parking spot next to the river, and then struck out of foot, with cameras in hand!
The weather was quite pleasant (especially as the forecast had been for rain) - overcast with pleasant temperatures. Without a specific goal in mind, we wandered south across the river, taking the Capel Street Bridge, which is famous for its Hippocampi light-posts.
As soon as Ingrid saw the hippocampi on the bridge, she wanted a portrait with them - my first image of her in Ireland.
The last place we explored on our all-too-brief visit to Dublin was the Library of Trinity College Dublin, home to the famous books of Kells. The instructions to visitors were none-too-clear, with "no photography signs all over the place, and then "no flash" signs, next to tourists (like us) taking a million photos a minute. Very odd.