Built in 1883, the baths were part of a 75-metre pier complete with bandstand. By 1920, the pier had deteriorated so much that it had to be demolished. The concrete baths section, which resembles a small harbour, remains to serve a different purpose today. Make of it what you will.
Early morning sun peeks out from behind the clouds over Dun Laoghaire and Sandymount Strand
View at sunrise of ridges in the depleted tide on Sandymount strand
Ascending sun over the beach at Sandymount, Co.Dublin
Quiet evening in Sandymount
Pink sunrise in Sandymount
November morning in Sandymount
Taken in September 2011 in the middle of Autumn. Leaves were still falling, when the sun hit the trees & the leaves on the ground there was a wide spread of natural gold. Unfortunately the natural fresh air of the day could not be included :) If you like this photo why not get in touch and...
In March 2008 the vigorous easterly conspired with the high tide to threaten Sandymount and Irishtown for the second time in 3 years.
As the storm rumbles towards Wales the travellers return
HDR shot of poolbeg towers from Sandymount Beach in Dublin
Some colourful graffiti against a dark Irish sky, along the "Crab House" at Sandymount Beach