These photos are from other of those rare sunny days in Dublin. The weather changes very fast and it’s not easy to plan ahead something for the weekend. In this rare ocassion, the forecast was sunny for many days, so I decided to wake up very early and go to watch the sunrise to the Great Southern Wall. The wall serves as the entrance to the Dublin port and divides the bay in two, finishing after almost 4 km with the red Poolbeg Lighthouse.
Even though the forecast was good, this day started with a heavy fog, giving everything a beautiful dreamlike and ethereal appearance.

Poolbeg Lighthouse in the morning mist. Canon 1200D 51mm f/36 13 sec. ISO 100
Just before the sun rises. Canon 1200D 45mm f/32 3.2sec. ISO 100
Poolbeg towers in blue mist. Canon 1200D 53mm f/36 10sec. ISO 100
Sun above the mist. Canon 1200D 55mm f/36 2.5sec. ISO 100
Sunrise in Dublin bay. Canon 1200D 18mm f/22 2sec. ISO 100
Golden morning. Canon 1200D 18mm f/7.1 1/60sec. ISO 100

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