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Wednesday 29 March 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Photographs

Last year
# life in colour
Colourised photographs bring Irish Civil War to life in new way
We have a selection of the images from a new collection.
All time
# feeling festive
PHOTOS: A selection of your Christmas trees
The weather outside is frightful…
# matt hancock
UK health minister apologises for breaching Covid guidance after being accused of affair with aide
The Sun newspaper in the UK today published pictures of Matt Hancock with adviser Gina Coladangelo.
# Old Ireland in Colour
These stunning colourised photos give a new look at Ireland's past
They’ve been compiled into a book that is nominated in this year’s Irish Book Awards.
# ge2020
Trends and tricolours: The images that sum up GE2020 election count day
How things looked today.
# clever ewe
Sheep can recognise Barack Obama and Emma Watson's faces from photographs
Researchers also found sheep were able to recognise their handlers in photographs.
# Paparazzi
British royals want €1.5 million over topless pictures of Duchess of Cambridge
The royal couple are not expected to attend the trial in Paris, which started today.
# Dublin City Council
Pictures: New online archive gives public access to Dublin's visual history
Dublin City Council have published their archives online, in the hope it would help members of the public access records they need.
# Sunrise
The sunrise over Dublin this morning was absolutely stunning
In Dublin’s fair city.
# Maxime Du Camp
These photographs give a fascinating glimpse into ancient Egypt
Some of the first-ever travel photos are up for auction.
# Red Planet
Here are 40 amazing photos of Mars taken by the Nasa Orbiter
The Mars Orbiter has been taking stunning photos of the planet for nearly 10 years – here are the cream of the most recent crop.
# the drones
Check out these amazing photos taken using aerial drone photography
An Australian photographer has been experimenting with a drone with incredible results.
# little moments
A Dublin photographer takes a photo of his kids every day to celebrate 'little moments'
The little moments matter the most.
# little moments
This Dublin photographer takes a photo of his kids every day to celebrate 'little moments'
The little moments matter the most.
A photographer showed how your face changes at different stages of drinking wine
Looks familiar.
# Controversy
Stoichkov poses with dead animals on Safari
The ex-Barcelona striker, known as ‘The Dagger’, has sparked outrage.
# out of their box
15 pictures that got us through election count day
Bustle and boredom. agony and ecstasy.
# rebellion
A London gallery is showing some incredible photos from the Easter Rising
Easter Rising 1916 is an exhibition from the photographic collection of Sean Sexton. And the pictures are amazing.
# the snappers
25 of the best Irish news photographs of the year
From the marriage referendum to Berkeley, here are some of the choice pics of the year.
# different perspective
12 of the most breathtaking drone photos of 2015
Pretty spectacular.
# Weird
A photographer looked through people’s forgotten photo accounts - here are the odd and eerie pictures he found
Curiouser and curiouser.
# behind the lens
Photos taken by Ringo Starr show how The Beatles liked to chill behind the scenes
A new book, Photograph, of never-before-seen photographs, is due to be released this month.
# humans of dublin
'He's my best friend, my right-hand man' - Look out for these lovely photo stories around Dublin
If you’re as soft as us they might make you a little emotional.
# changed utterly
Incredible photographs show devastating impact of the Rising
Trinity College Dublin is giving the public a glimpse at rare photographs and items from the 1916 Rising.
# gram that
Are these the most interesting places to photograph in Ireland?
Lines. Lots of lines.
# mystery girls
Recognise anyone? These mysterious photos were found in a library today
The RIA wants to reunite them with the family involved.
# is that sleet
This guy's series of photographs capture how erratic Ireland's weather truly is
# Green army
34 great photos from St Patrick's Day parades around the country
Tens of thousands of people turned out on the streets around Ireland today.
# negatives
8 reasons Instagram just isn't as good as an old photo album
Tagging was an undiscovered horror, for one.
# no filter
The good, the bad and the ugly: Are selfies turning us all into narcissists?
Or were we already halfway there?
# Mayhem
These vintage pics of Christmas shopping crowds will make you glad it's all over
This is not a modern nightmare – people in the 1930s were running around like headless chickens doing last minute shopping as well.
# Photographs
Vintage photos show the terrifying first expeditions into the Congo to track down Ebola
In 1976 a young Belgian doctor ventured across what was then Zaire to find the source of the infection.
# In pics
American football captures Dublin's imagination at Croke Park Classic
Check out all the best photographs from an entertaining afternoon of football at GAA HQ.
# Hidden Ireland
The mysterious young doctor who captured Ireland in black and white
John J Clarke loved taking photographs of the world around him – and luckily for us, 200 of his photos have been digitised.
# Through the lens
It’s Sunday, so here are 15 of the best images from the past week in sport
We chose our favourite images from events such as the U19s European Championships, the Tour de France and the week in GAA.
# feline conspiracy
Is your cat compromising your privacy?
The metadata of feline snaps has been used to create a world map of cats.
# waiting
Eerie pics show Dublin flats still bearing signs of past residents
Photographer Jeanette Lowe’s exhibition is being held in the very flats which are soon to be demolished.
# Say Cheese
The Taoiseach's been keeping his photography costs down this year
His department has managed to bring spending in this area down form €83,000 in 2008 to less than €6,000 so far this year and here’s how…
# free the nipple
Breastfeeding pics won't be removed by Facebook anymore
The site says that breastfeeding is “natural and beautiful”.
# buggin out
Spider terrifies two girls by photobombing their selfie