Some more night photos from Derry City for this week’s Thursday Doors. I’ve featured this building before but in daylight and the door is actually a vibrant fire engine red colour. I love how metallic and coppery it looks in these images.
I didn’t edit theses shots at all, the coloured lights at the foot of the building gave this effect.
The sun had almost disappeared by the time I took these photos of the marina.
You can see the darkness creep in.
Eventually, the still water turned an inky black, perfectly reflecting the lights along the marina.
This large wooden carving is Manannan Mac Lír (Lyr) Son of the Sea, sculpted by artist Jim Hughes. Manannan is a major god in Celtic mythology and if you zoom in on the next image you will hopefully be able to read more about him.
Thanks for stopping by this week. You’ll find more Thursday Doors from around the world over on Norm’s blog.