Image caption “I just wanted to take some photos of the city,” says Mark D’Auria, who is also an artist with the Dublin City Gallery.
“I’ve always loved the old photo album cover images.”
A photo of Dublin City Hall is displayed at the Dublin city hall, Dublin, Ireland, June 2, 2017.
Photo: Joe Giddens/Getty ImagesFor many years, people have been taking photographs of Dublin’s cityscape.
Image caption “Dublin’s city centre is one of the few that I can still get to in person,” says D’Aruria.
“I love taking photos of old photos of Dublin.
It’s a great place to see the city.
I love that the city is beautiful and people can still walk down the street.
Dublin is a very unique city.
It’s a bit of a city to photograph.”
Mark D’Asuria says he loves taking photos in Dublin.
He says: “I love photographing things from a distance.”
Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption Mark D-Auria says that the old photos he took of Dublin from the 1970s are still one of his favourite images of the capital.
He said: “It was a very interesting time in the city, and it’s still one I’m fascinated by.
D’Arurusi said he wanted to photograph a city centre to capture the essence of the time period.
In the 1970-90s, Dublin was a bustling metropolis, but in recent years it has seen a rise in poverty, unemployment and crime.
He said:”It’s important to remember that we were a very young city.
We had a very short life expectancy.
There was no electricity or telephone service in the 1970 to 1990s.
“Mark has been documenting the city’s decline since the late 1990s.
He has spent time in his own backyard and is a proud grandfather.
He said he felt that his photos were important to the city:”I think that if we can capture something that’s part of the history of Dublin, then we can do a lot of good.
“When you’re taking photos like that, the city has been in decline for a long time.
What I want people to take away from this is that you can take photos of your own city, but that doesn’t mean that you should.”
I’ve been doing this for about four years now and I’ve had the time to take my photos from all different angles.
Some of the photos are beautiful, some are not.
My favourite photos are of old buildings, the old town and the old city.
I like to be able to photograph the city from a different angle.
“Mark says he had been taking photos for about a decade and it was a great time for him.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Irish Free State, which marked the start of the nation’s independence from Great Britain.
D’Auriasi said that the photos he has taken have helped him to understand what it was like to live through the Second World War. “
It’s something I will keep going with, because the history in Ireland is a fascinating one.”
D’Auriasi said that the photos he has taken have helped him to understand what it was like to live through the Second World War.
But he added:”The most memorable ones were the ones I took in the summer of 1943.
When we were marching to the border with the Germans, we were surrounded by tanks and machine guns and they were all looking down at us, but I still remember seeing the faces of my family.
That’s the most important thing, is to remember the people that were there, to understand their struggles. “
They looked up at me, and I remember thinking, ‘I didn’t want to be like that’.”
That’s the most important thing, is to remember the people that were there, to understand their struggles.
Those pictures helped me understand why people went into war.
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