bustling back to normal: dublin, ireland street photography

Travel & Personal
January 20, 2017

snapped in Dublin.

just a few days back into the normal swing of things.

after christmas.

after the hustle + bustle of the new year.

back to ‘normal’.

lilly the leica m 240. edited in lightroom with vsco presets.

i shoot weddings in europe + all over

 

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