Gallery: Dublin has fun in the snow

by Mark O'Brien
A daffodil in the snow

The Beast from the East and Storm Emma did their best to leave the city and country shivering and shaking in their wake, but all across Dublin, squeals of delight filled the air as thousands of children – and more than a few adults, too – dashed out to go skiing, sledding and having fun in the snow.

Helping a car out of the snow in Phoenix Park
Paula Gioccori from Brazil. Picture: Crispin Rodwell
Joey, Oision and Hannah Donnelly in Tymon Park
Picture: Crispin Rodwell
Charge of the white brigade... The charioteer at the Irish Life centre, with lots and lots of added icicles, in possibly the city’s most striking ice-covered sculpture. Picture: Crispin Rodwell
The Ha'penny Bridge Picture: Crispin Rodwell
One of the Phoenix Park’s deer goes foraging for food. Picture: Conor McCabe
Poppy paws-es to enjoy the snow
Eileen Hopkins
Sean and Jack Whelan
Theres no frostiness as Joe and Luke Brody pose for a pic with a new pal
Queueing to get into Hartstown Spar
Heidi, Caoimhe, Ciara and Anna are having an ice time in the snow
Ploughing on with the work of clearing the road
Grace Plunkett and her mum, Sonya
Lorna Gibbons Sweeney with Grace Kiernan and Grace Sweeney and their cool friend
Oisin, Ailish and Isla Gilroy with their mum, Cliodna
Craig, Jack, Sean and Lorna
Hard at work in Swords
Aimee, Sophia and Cathal Loftus
First o the show © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Dun Laoghaire Pier gets a hammering © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Dun Laoghaire Pier gets a hammering © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Dun Laoghaire gets a battering in the early hours this morning 1st March 2018 © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Dun Laoghaire Pier gets a hammering © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Dun Laoghaire Pier gets a hammering © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Bullock Harbour in the snow and howling gales © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Sandycove bathers association (The 40 Foot) gats a bashing on the 1st March 2018 © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Colliemore harbour as a small boat breaks loose © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Colliemore harbour as a small boat breaks loose © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Colliemore harbour as a the wind and heavy seas gives it a bashing © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Colliemore harbour as a the wind and heavy seas gives it a bashing © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Colliemore Harbour gats a bashing on the 1st March 2018 © Michael Chester 087 8072295 [email protected]
Ellie Naughton from Rathcoole
Ellie Naughton from Rathcoole
Ellie Naughton from Rathcoole
Clodagh, Thelma and Conor Callaghan in Lucan
Julie Donnelly in Templeogue
Kilnamanagh residents clearing snow from the road
A very creative snowman in Rathcoole
A car buried under snow in Rathcoole
Snow in Rathcoole
Lucy and Sharon Osbourne from Maynooth
Sophie and Sharon Osbourne from Maynooth

 

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