A COMPRESSED VIEW AND HOPEFULLY YOU WILL SEE A LOT OF DETAIL
Today I experimented by attaching a Sony 70-200mm lens to my FX30 camera which was effectively the same as using a 105-300mm lens on a full frame camera.
As a matter of interest locals refer to King’s Inns as the temple and I have never found out why however I recently noticed that the row of cottages (parallel to Dominick Street) next to King’s Inns is known as Temple Cottages.
King’s Inns is an independent educational institution renowned for professional legal education and training. It is the Irish ‘Inn of Court’, training and admitting legal professionals who wish to be awarded the degree of Barrister–at–Law necessary to be called to the Bar by the Chief Justice of Ireland.
King’s Inns was founded in 1541 by King Henry VIII, making it one of the oldest professional and educational institutions in the English-speaking world. The society was granted a royal charter by King Henry VIII in 1541, 51 years before Trinity College Dublin was founded. The founders named their society in honour of King Henry VIII of England and his newly established Kingdom of Ireland. It secured a lease of lands, originally called “Blackfriars”, at Inns Quay on the north bank of the River Liffey in Dublin.
The current buildings of King’s Inns are located on Henrietta Street in Dublin. The main building was designed by James Gandon, the architect of the Custom House and the Four Courts. The buildings are listed as protected structures by the Irish government.