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Robert Mullan
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Natural wedding photography in Co Wicklow and Dublin, Ireland, Product and Commercial Photography
Natural wedding photography in Co Wicklow and Dublin, Ireland, Product and Commercial Photography

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Singapore
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Singapore 
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St Louis Cathedtral, New Orleans
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Toulouse, France 
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Another shot from Dublin Castle, I printed this one a little darker.
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Dublin Castle
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Denver Art Museum
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We turned around a corner and there she was. The edifice of the former Bucharest Stock Exchange, now dusty and faded, she stands proud by the bumpy and still-cracked city pavements. Just one of the gorgeous, detailed old buildings, many with wrought-iron awnings, high ceilings and carved archways that have earned the Romanian capital the title of ‘Little Paris’.
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Lights brighter than the stars in their neon canyon. Yellow cabs darting in to pick up fares, the push against throng of numberless people and the whiff of roasted chestnuts…it are all here, along with a billion other things, at the crossroad of the world. There’s only one Times Square!   
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With its Gothic-inspired stone pylons and spiders web of steel cabling New York’s iconic Brooklyn Bridge is perhaps the city’s best-known landmark. I felt it would make a perfect foreground for an image I wanted to make of the New York skyline. At dusk, while waiting for the lights in the city buildings to come on, I was awestruck by the scene. The jagged skyscrapers have their own strange majestic quality: the architect Le Corbusier said, “New York is a catastrophe, a beautiful catastrophe”.
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