Now that the thaw is almost complete, thought I'd share a few photos from my rambles around Dublin this past 10 days...and I promise, this ends the snowposts!
Some statues in St. Stephen's Green. Snow here doesn't usually stick to the trees.
Spectacular reflections along the canal.
All the paths in the park looked so pretty.
No takers for these benches today.
This time round, we realised that life must go on, and it was business as normal, nearly! speaking of life going on, the building on the right is Anglo Irish Bank, the cause of much of our troubles in Ireland.
And the shops realised they'd have to clear the ice in front of their doors if they wanted to entice shoppers in!
Poor ducks, they've had a tough time of it, most of their pond has been frozen over.
Big steps in the snow, I think they look like a giant face!
But all's back to normal now, and we can go for proper walks now, you know, the kind where you "walk", in shoes, not "stomp", in boots!