What I miss about home is the Droichead na Leathphingine; the Ha'Penny Bridge across the Liffey in Dublin.
Ha'Penny Bridge #1
The Ha'Penny Bridge was built in 1816; made of iron and cast in Shropshire; it originally replaced ferries that crossed the Lifey. A toll of a halfpenny was levied on those using it and there were turnstiles at both ends. The toll ended in 1919.
What I miss about home is... the Victorian carriage shelters along the promenade next to the East Pier. They have now been refurbished to something of their former glory, but are kept shut, locked, never to be used again. Shame.
I have been taking photographs since my Dad lent me a camera for a school trip many many years ago. That sparked off a passion for photography that has grown ever since. I have been taking photographs of people and places for the last 30 years