photographs from the Powell River area, the Sunshine Coast and …
Close up from a set of bronze sculptures in Dublin by Norma Smurfit dedicated to the Irish Famine. Located on Custom House Quay where the 1st ship left for New York City on St. Patrick’s Day 1846. Desaturated and softened focus.
This is beautiful
Smurfit created a powerful set of figures, each one stands alone but compelling as a group
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