This mural on the corner wall where Market Quay meets the Market Square. I puzzled over the following photograph until I recognized the Chili Pepper from the mural.
Without Dermot Ryan’s storytelling I’d never have guessed this stub of a post was a bollard to which ships’ mooring lines were fastened. It follows the memorial bollard is close to the lane named “Market Quay.”
The Jim Edwards hotel and restaurant façade is a colorful and elegant element of Market Quay.
Dermot told a tale about spies, looking from windows above the square, reporting on shortcomings of citizens.
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