Not much to say really!...im 33 from Dublin Ireland, i pretty new to photography 2 years now,love seeing what others dont, then i take the shot and show them! some fantastic shot up on this website, im honored to be amongst such great work
The Custom House (Irish: Teach an Chustaim) is a neoclassical 18th century building in Dublin, Ireland which houses the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government.
It is located on the north bank of the River Liffey, on Custom House Quay between Butt Bridge and Talbot Memorial Bridge.
It was designed by James Gandon to act as the new custom house for Dublin Port and was his first large scale commission. For his assistants Gandon chose Irish artists such as Meath stone-cutter Henry Darley, mason John Semple and carpenter Hugh Henry.
Every available mason in Dublin was engaged in the work. When it was completed and opened for business on 7 November 1791, it cost £200,000 to build – a huge sum at the time. The four facades of the building are decorated with coats-of-arms and ornamental sculptures (by Edward Smyth) representing Ireland's rivers.
Another artist, Henry Banks, was responsible for the statue on the dome and other statues.
Lokofoto - 12" x 8.5"
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