TAXI DRIVER BLOCKS THE 150 BUS CASTLE STREET – WERBURGH STREET
This was a strange place for the taxi to park as he effectively blocked two streets.
This may have been the first time that I used the 90mm Macro Lens with my Sony A7RIV. I was really annoyed as I spent a lot of money on a Sony A7RIV camera body shortly before the arrival of Covid-19 here in Ireland and as a result had little opportunity to use it. In many ways the 90mm, even though it is a G lens rather than a GM lens, is my best lens. https://phillipreeve.net/blog/review-sony-fe-90mm-f2-8-macro-oss-one-of-sonys-finest/
In the medieval period, Castle Street was a hive of activity and commerce, lined with timber-caged houses and shops, home to bookbinders, saddlers, armourers and taverns, flanking the defensive walls of Dublin Castle.
Werburgh Street derived its name from a church erected there after the Anglo – Norman settlement, which was dedicated to Saint Werburgh, patron of Chester.