Sunset on Bull Island The North Bull sparkles in the summer sunshine July 6, 2018 Fresh/Irish Sea/Recent Only a smidgen of effort has been required to take beautiful photos of Dublin this summer. The following were taken on a single evening last week. Moonlight Bull Wall and South Wall Summer nights sky from Bull Island Summer nights sky from Bull Island Night time paddling in Dublin Bay Taking photos on Bull Island shore Moonlight and Ferry – A night trip Star of the Sea statue and Moon on Bull Wall Bull Island in summer sunshine Bull Island bridge in summer sunshine Ringsend Chimneys from Bull Island Sunset on Bull Island Nightswimming off Bull Island Moonlight on Bull Island Share this Facebook Messenger Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Email Tags: Bull IslandMoonlightSummerSunset You might be interested in May 16, 2020 North Bull creation story – The Myth of Wall which came before the Island November 17, 2017 Islands in the Irish Sea admin Latest posts North Bull creation story - The Myth of Wall which came before the Island The Nettle - A right of passage Do you know where you are going? Follow magnetic fields A Lighthouse on the Move in space and time - North Wall Quay lighthouse View all Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Previous Story Sea foam – the natural bubble bath Next Story Ossian’s Grave, Cushendall – Reclaiming heroes Latest from Fresh North Bull creation story – The Myth of Wall which came before the Island It is long accepted in Dublin that Bull Island did not exist until the building of The Nettle – A right of passage Growing up in the countryside, it was almost a right of passage to be able to Do you know where you are going? Follow magnetic fields Do you know where you are going? Yes, sometimes it can be hard. Not just in A Lighthouse on the Move in space and time – North Wall Quay lighthouse The North Wall Quay light house was sort of built in and around 1820. Except that The Bridge with no Past? Luke Kelly Bridge Luke Kelly Bridge (formerly Ballybough Bridge) may have been the site of the Battle of Clontarf.