The first thing on my 'to see' list in Dublin was Trinity College. This place is so incredible and no small, or even long paragraphs can do it justice on this blog. We arrived on the campus in the last part of 'blue light'. We stayed for about five hours. Photographers are not allowed to use a tripod on any part of the campus and in some places no photography at all is allowed. We made it work. Enjoy.
I am pleased to introduce you to Ken Kerrigan. Ken's mission is to make each visitor's visit a bit more special. He is a wealth of information and readily shares with anyone who asks. He and Tom struck of a conversation and realized they have two common interests . . . old cars and photography. Ken showed Tom several photos he has taken with his phone and then agreed to send them to us so we could share with the rest of you. Thanks Ken, so very much.
Trinity College reminds me that the desire to learn, to share, to make the world a better place is not a new endeavor. The diversity found on the campus was refreshing. Please take some time and read up on its mission and history.