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    • Scenic routes 

      Moran, Stephen (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      When I first started Scenic Routes I wanted to make a book about something about me, something that is with me throughout my life. Everybody has a hometown, may it be a city or a small village, it will always be dear to ...
    • Shadow dancing 

      Syed, Rushda (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      I wanted to tell a story about getting out of depression using shadow figures, both during the night time and daylight. I don’t know whether or not I managed to convey that, though i did have fun with the project. Author ...
    • Shadowed life 

      McCarthy, Ronan (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      Memory is a way of holding onto the thing you love, the things you are, the things you never want to lose. However, memory isn't as clear as a photograph. Memory fades. It becomes darker, inaccurate and detail is forgotten.... ...
    • Sheep's wool 

      Woods, Mark (Dublin Business School, 2013)
    • Shoes in the city 

      Murphy, Chloe (Dublin Business School, 2012)
      Mine and other people’s shoes at Stephen’s Green shopping centre, the shoes are replacing the cars parked on the curb. Author keywords: Creativity, imagination, impossible
    • Silver Slide 

      Kavanagh, Niamh (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      Woman smoking a cigarette
    • Sit me by the water 

      Wilson, Genevieve (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      What I wanted to capture was the beauty of the sea and capture some photos which I found particularly striking. I incorporated some of my shots with my poetry which I thought went well together. I thought the poems added ...
    • Spain 

      Alenezi, Faysal (Dublin Business School, 2013)
    • Steps in life 

      Kearney, Robert (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      The pictures in the book represent different times of the year which coincide with different parts of our lives. I tried to capture the character of each season in the pictures. Author keywords: Steps, nature, Dublin, ...
    • Tables 

      Fogarty, Deirdre (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      What it is that is left behind.
    • A Tale of Two Cities 

      Arthur, Kate (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      A Tale of Two Cities is a comparison between old and modern day Dublin
    • TTYL : talk to you later! 

      Lawlor, Aoife (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      My book shows how much the world of mobile technology has come to play on our lives. It shows how many people you see everyday are immersed in their mobiles and they walk around, not seeing anything around them because ...
    • Unbolted 

      Tyco, Neil (Dublin Business School, 2012)
      The image was taken inside an apartment. The idea is something that has not been done or seen before and I used myself as a model for it. The idea came from a famous monster creature 'Manananggal' that is originated from ...
    • Undecided evolution of swans 

      Cornells, Vanessa (Dublin Business School, 2012)
      Swans in certain clothing items. Undecided if they want to stay swans or look more like humans.
    • Unity 

      Adekoya, Tolulope (Dublin Business School, 2012)
      This picture was taken in a classroom in my college, DBS. It shows unity in different colours.
    • The unlikely vase 

      Towell, Declan (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      A bottle with a flower in it in an abandoned house.
    • Urban annunciation 

      Torsney, Christina (Dublin Business School, 2012)
      A modern day interpretation of the Annunciation of the angel Gabriel appearing to Mary.
    • Urban neglect 

      McGrath, Zara (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      One aspect of neglect amongst Dublin's inner-city. Highlighting the disrepair and neglect the local Corporations of Dublin City seem to ignore. Author keywords: Urban neglect, Dublin, understanding the Image
    • A view from the railway 

      Manning, Adam (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      Irish countryside. Author keywords: Wicklow, railway
    • Views from the throne 

      Kieran, Brian (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      In a world where mobile technology is becoming an increasing part of daily life across all demographics, it is not surprising that it has infiltrated into even the most private of daily situations. With the advances in ...