Sunset in Dublin

It all really is ironic, isn’t it?

90242789_2641130662682570_6060377297662246912_n

Even since we started working from home, the howling wind and lashing rain that we got so accustomed to on a daily basis ceased all of a sudden. Instead we had the most gorgeous weather yesterday. Birds chirping, flowers blossomming, while we were trapped indoors.

90227933_2641131406015829_602439115396349952_n

At dusk, I took a walk along the Liffey and saw a magnificent sunset.

90776823_2641131572682479_1622864886126084096_n

The Irish Navy vessel LÉ Samuel Beckett docked at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay – getting ready to serve as a makeshift testing center.

90242735_2641131679349135_3883628356687626240_n

Gyms are closed but I found several exercising equipments outside on a lawn.

90355464_2641132162682420_6928811447166173184_n

Must wear gloves and remember to wash hands!

90242784_2641132226015747_6753267543844061184_n

No more restaurants to go to, nowadays I cook a lot at home – wraping dumplings

89799079_2632739526855017_6756570644277624832_n

and making cakes

90235015_2641112079351095_5707440370158141440_n

Mille crepe with fresh fruit and cream

90268542_2641112096017760_5901910935928307712_n

We will get through this, and we will prevail.

Says the Taoiseach on St. Patrick’s Day.

For now, let’s stay home, enrich ourselves with books and music.

Let us be at our best, when things are at their worst.

10 thoughts on “Sunset in Dublin

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s