Lens-Artists PC – Arklow Architecture

This week’s challenge give me an opportunity to show you a bit of local architecture. Not all of it is too pretty but some is old… and some very useful. I mean… Arklow has the stone bridge in the country with the most arches… a whole nineteen of them.

It also has a big fat breakwater (where we often go for splash photos) and the old gypsum factory (I call it Charley’s Chocolate Factory…) – a construction that seems to get more dilapidated by the day. There is also the quarry and it’s landmark buildings, breakwaters and jetties… as well as the new shopping centre. OH, and of course a few churches. So, as you would expect… I jump at the chance of doing a gallery… that’s why you’re getting one!

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8 Responses to Lens-Artists PC – Arklow Architecture

  1. Some great photos, for example the one with the moon behind the boat, and of Willie the boat and the church behind! The surfers are fun too.


  2. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    Nice gallery, particularly like the old loading jetty


  3. Irene says:

    Love the magnificent colors in the shots! ❤️

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Amy says:

    What a galllery! Thank you for showing us the beautiful local architecture. Great photos!
    Thank you for sharing. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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