This is a street shot of the little village of Cushendun. McBrides Public House is among the smallest pubs in Ireland. Originally the public bar area measured 5ft X 9ft 6ins. in recent years a new bar area has been added to the rear. the pub was first licensed in 1849 and owned by Baron Cushendun.the bar was taken over by Mary McBride in 1950s.Mary never drank herself and would not serve women in the bar.
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Miguel82 (27752) 2013-10-28 7:29
Goos street view of that village in Antrim area Arthur, a little traditional pub, beautiful and new cars of Northern Ireland, a simple and pleasant capture, high resolution, all the best, warm regards
lousat (98367) 2013-10-28 9:36
Hi Arthur,a great gift to a barman like me...eheh...very very nice to watch this small but beautiful pub,i like a lot the typycal architechture,excellent capture under the irish cloudy sky whit great quality despite the difficult light.Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
pajaran (66378) 2013-10-28 9:39
Interesantan tekst o ulici sa pabovima, sa datim podacima ...
Dobra kompozicija i perspektiva, lepo pokazana ulica i stara arhitektura.
Ostao je stari pab i uspomene na jedno proslo vreme.
Prijatno vece i sve najbolje u novoj nedelji koja je pocela, srecno.
An interesting article on the street with pubs, with the given data ...
Good composition and perspective, nicely demonstrated streets and old architecture.
He remained an old pub and the memories of a past tense.
Good evening and all the best in the new week that started, good luck.
ourania (51103) 2013-10-28 10:53
a well considered composition with superb use of perspective, great depth and clarity. All these qualities bring us directly into the street and guide our attention to the McBrides pub that is your theme. There's effective naturalness in the scene that makes our experience of it quite real. The lighting, the colours and various details, like the autumn leaves along the street, set a quiet and melancholic mood. Fine presentaion, congratulations and thank you!
All the best, have a lovely evening,
cornejo (47302) 2013-10-28 13:00
Hi Arthur, nice view of the street from the interesting town with nice architecture, very well captured in this photograph very good and nice. A nice picture of an interesting place, with good sharpness, depth and quality. A nice, good job perfectly done, congratulations my friend. Thanks for sharing this interesting work.
Good night and happy week.
Warm greetings from southern Spain.
Cricri (126794) 2013-10-28 13:23
Belle scène rurale, les façades blanches et les hautes cheminées des maisons, les affiches sur le bar, un ciel plombé, intéressante présentation
mcmtanyel (29752) 2013-10-28 17:17
What a cozy little village and what a cute little pub! Your POV and framing are excellent. Light, colors and DOF are just right. I like the way the two walls on the opposite sides of the street point to this quaint little corner of the world.
Noel_Byrne (33732) 2013-10-29 5:48
at that size, I would imagine the craic is might of a Friday or Saturday night, regardless of the size I image its packed to the rafters! A fine scene of this Irish street, very traditional sight and very traditional weather by the looks of it too.
all the best
ikeharel (79263) 2013-10-29 8:13
Well Arthur, Ms. McBride promise good-luck in the sign on the side-wall.
Inspite of the calm ambiance, there was strong wind, as the green flag waved.
Fine DOF and clear view down the road, on the typical small town. Good composition.
danos (103216) 2013-10-29 8:56
nice the view of this section of the little village with the public house to dominating the scene under this moody sky.I like the creative perspective as the created depth of the scene.
adramad (50002) 2013-10-29 9:00
Good fireplaces ... that are a hallmark in these beautiful houses, I guess in this area during the winters you need a good fire, beautiful view to the street, with houses all in the same style.
Well managed both luminosity and sharpness.
Have a nice day.
All the best.
marabu61 (11331) 2013-10-29 12:55
Ah, the irish public house, such a great invention indeed. Enjoying a pint in the company of good friends, possibly accompanied by a good music session, heart what do you want more?
A scene so iconic for Ireland indeed.
have a great day
fabbs99 (17179) 2013-10-31 23:16
I like the green flags and the chimneys in this shot.Very nice perspective and good framing along with nice colors and depth of field.Very well done.TFS.