Photographer's Note

Honestly: I planned a blue hour postcard as usually, but the cars kept coming... I just couldn't get a second without cars being there and sometimes they were even big cars hiding the whole view, so I thought: what the heck - if it is already hidden let's make a complete mess out of it. And as some times in the past I have chosen bikes for the foreground, they are very nice for a foreground. To emphasize their presence I used a wide angle zoom. It became dark in the meantime and the blue hour has already gone so to make something out of this day I decided to go for HDR.
I know I have couple of those recently and they are not always very successful but here I believe it did rescue the scene.

Info from lonely planet web page:
The main entrance to St Stephen's Green today is beneath Fusiliers' Arch, at the top of Grafton St. Modelled to look like a smaller version of the Arch of Titus in Rome, the arch commemorates the 212 soldiers of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers who were killed fighting for the British in the Boer War (1899-1902).

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