Arnott’s of Dublin
Nikon N2000, 35mm f/2.8 AI Nikkor
Kodak T-Max 400

We strolled through the shopping district in Dublin at the end of our trip to Ireland. Arnott’s is a department store.


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  1. kidmc2014 Avatar

    Of course, had I been standing there, I would’ve been faced with the dilemma of going inside with money, or making sure NOT to go inside with money.

    Did you buy any tweed while you were over there?

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      I did! While Margaret and I visited Clifden, a little artsy town in County Galway, I bought a lovely tweed jacket.

      1. kidmc2014 Avatar

        Had I joined your blog before your trip, I would’ve suggested that both you and your’s take full advantage of being over there in the midst of all those beautiful tweeds, and sadly, a dying craft, and have a full suit of tweed made for you.
        I understand many of the little old ladies who weave, are retired and most of the ones left, are past retirement age.
        I have two full suits, a jacket or three, and several caps. You could still smell the peat smoke on some of them.

        1. Jim Grey Avatar

          Well, the jacket I bought was an off-budget purchase as it was! But I will surely enjoy it for decades. Sad to hear that the weaving is a dying art.

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