I’ve discovered that although I cross the Liffey almost every day I am either
a) with someone and too embarrassed to haul out my phone to take a picture or
b) in the car going across at speed and you’d be surprised how awkward it is to stop on Dublin’s bridges
c) on the bike going across at the best speed I can muster – again, surprisingly awkward to stop.
These are from the car.
West from Samuel Beckett Bridge
And here’s a nice blog post by former Green Minister Ciarán Cuffe about what might be done for the Liffey and the quays.
And here’s a river from a different city where the river is not surrounded by six lanes of traffic. Gentle, and slightly competitive reader, can you name this city?
Well done, very clever you.