TITLE: "The Dublin Commute"
Dubliners commuters are a hardy lot. The city has no underground and commuters have to rely on a bus system that is unreliable, infrequent and way too expensive. It can be at times soul destroying, especially when it rains and the cold wind tries to cut you in half. In addition to all this, the real time displays at every bus stop are always lying - promising you that a bus is due in 5 minutes when in fact it has actually disappeared off the face of the earth . . .
AUTHOR: Frank Lynch (Ireland)
Frank Lynch grew up in Dublin, Ireland where he studied Graphic Design and Printing Technology. After living for many years in Germany and Israel he now spends his time in Ireland, Japan and Switzerland.
Frank Lynch is a non-professional photographer.
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