Todays shot was taken at the entrance to the Newman University Church on the south side of St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin. The Newman University Church is a really amazing place to visit. Its unlike any other church I have ever been in. The church was founded in 1856 and was built in the gardens beside No. 87 St. Stephen’s Green. Access to the church is through a Romanesque porch erected a few years after the church itself. As you enter through the porch there’s a long corridor down to the main entrance of the church itself. Inside, the church is very ornate with lots of paintings, marble columns, and an amazing alter area. If you have never paid a visit to this historic building you should pop your head in the next time your in town. Its one of those buildings that just takes over your senses as soon as you enter. Do a quick Google search of Newman University Church for more details.
Processing details for this shot can be viewed on my blog at www.sheridanphotography.ie/blog
Shot details : - ISO 160, 50mm, 0 ev, f/4, 1/125