Composite Photography Fine Art print, combining my love for street photography, architecture, history, wild life and whimsical magic. 

 

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Fox Family

€35.00 Regular Price
€22.75Sale Price
  • 🦊 Inspired by the bold nature of Dublin's large number of Urban Foxes. They are very common throughout the city and suburbs. These foxes become habituated to the noise and smells of the city and frequently can be seen strolling public roads in broad daylight.
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    🦊 Foxes are usually monogamous and mate for life. Most foxes are born in March and litters around 4-5 cubs. The baby foxes remain with their mother for around 2 weeks, so during this period she is fed by other members of the social group.
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    🦊 Foxes can be wonderful to watch in the garden, and many people enjoy observing ‘their’ foxes, particularly when the cubs became more active.
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    📍The location of this image is John Dillon street in the heart of Dublin, in The Liberties.
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    📍During the late 18th and 19th century, The Liberties was dominated by great brewing and distilling families. This industrial wealth and prowess went hand in hand with dire poverty and often horrendous living conditions. The 19th century Liberties had notorious slums which in turn spurred a number of enlightening housing developments by the Earls of Meath and the Guinness and Power families in the latter years of the century. The now-charming enclaves about Gray Street and John Dillon Street were originally examples of modern new homes built for the working class by the Dublin Artisan Dwelling Company.
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    📍 ‘There is no doubt that The Liberties holds a special affection for many Dubliners. Locals will tell you that it’s because they are ‘the real Dubs’; that here is where the story of city began over 1,000 year ago’ 📎libertiesdublin.ie

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