This walled archway is a section of the outer wall of the old Dublin Fruit and Vegetable Market in the city's Smithfield district. It is a monument to the craft of bricklaying.
I've always had a thing about churches. They're a haven from the outside world, a sanctuary where the mind can wander and meditate in silence. My relationship with churches, though, is tempered by what they represent. Those vast, cavernous, cathedral buildings represented power and intimidation, too. In such a massive space, how could a sinner…Read more Churches