Broombridge is a railway station beside a Luas Tram stop serving Cabra, Dublin 7, Ireland. It lies on the southern bank of the Royal Canal at the western end of what had been Liffey Junction station on the erstwhile Midland Great Western Railway (MGWR). It takes its name from Broome Bridge, which crosses the canal, where William Rowan Hamilton developed the mathematical notion of quaternions. A plaque on the adjacent canal bridge and the name of the Luas Maintenance depot on site, Hamilton Depot, commemorates this.
Today I walked to Broombridge along the Royal Canal [about 7km] and then returned to Bolton street via Tolka Valley Park and Griffith Avenue. I do not know what the total distance was but I was exhausted by the time I returned home.
To begin with the Voigtlander 40mm lens worked perfectly but when it suddenly got colder I began to notice that the edges of the images captured by my camera were becoming blurred at the edges and as time passed the problem got much worse. After examining my equipment in detail I discovered that there was condensation inside the lens [why I don't know]. I do not know how to prevent this happening in future especially as my apartment is very dry, maybe too dry.
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