Saturday, November 27, 2010

Wexford Sights (XXIII)



Really heavy snow last night meant that I couldn't travel to Dublin, as the roads were dangerous, for the protest being held against the Government's despicable strategy of crucifying the poor to pay the gambling debts of the rich. It's estimated that at least 50,000 people were there: that's The Irish Times figure; an ICTU official on Facebook reckons it could have been as high as 120,000. It's possible that conservative, establishment sources (such as The IT and RTE) would deliberately underestimate the figure, just as it's possible that ICTU would overestimate it! I wonder how many were would have turned up if not for the weather. So I wandered around with my camera and took a few pictures instead (although my partner will be quick to point out that she took the one of the droplet on the branch). Hopefully the weather'll clear up for the next protest!

4 comments:

CalumCarr said...

Gorgeous, abs gorgeous! Thanks.

Claude said...

Magnificent!

A Doubtful Egg said...

Thanks. I'm glad you like them.

Sean Jeating said...

Here's to drop a com(pli)ment to both photographers.