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SELECTION OF PHOTOS FROM WAC6

Photos: John Allison


Flower garden, Glasthule neighborhood. Photo: John Allison

Shops on Glasthule Road, near Dun Laoghaire. Photo: John Allison

View through Glasthule neighborhood to Sandy Cove. Photo: John Allison

Old Irish Fisherman, Wooden Boat, Stone Wall. Photo: John Allison

Martallor Tower, known as James Joyce Tower because he lived there with other artists and wrote of waiting for the cream lady to bring the cream for morning tea, in Ulysses. Photo: John Allison

Stone Wall, “Make Love, Not War”. Photo: John Allison

Poster protesting development of water front at Sandy Cove, “Just Give Us Our Baths. Photo: John Allison

Church Entrance, Dun Laoghaire. Photo: John Allison

Stone Church, Dun Laoghaire. Photo: John Allison

View across Sandy Cove to James Joyce Tower. Photo: John Allison

Pare. Photo: John Allison

View across Sandy Cove to Dun Laoghaire. Photo: John Allison

A Loose Cannon and a spot of light on the sea. Photo: John Allison

Stone Church, Glasthule. Photo: John Allison

My Catholic hosts of St. Ann’s Bed and Breakfast, Glasthule; Phyllis Brady is an indigenous Zambian, Brian Brady is an indigenous Irishman. Photo: John Allison

Bilingual signs in Gaelic and English are found everywhere. Photo: John Allison

WAC Fringe neolithic bronze casting demonstration. Photo: John Allison

National Museum reception. Photo: John Allison

National Museum reception. Photo: John Allison

Protesting EU Lisbon Treaty next to National Museum. Photo: John Allison

Downtown Dublin. Photo: John Allison

Downtown Dublin. Photo: John Allison

The “two mums”, Australian indigenous participants. Photo: John Allison

Australian participants at final party, Gary Pappin facing camera, Cressida Fforde, right. Photo: John Allison

Pumping bellows on the fire preparing for bronze casting, final party. Photo: John Allison

Lighting ceremonial fires for Red Earth Ceremony, final party. Photo: John Allison

University of College Dublin, bi-lingual entrance sign, Gaelic and English. Photo: John Allison