5 Hours in Galway

So recently, I’ve been feeling uninspired by the old Galway town. I’ve been here for 4 years straight (just started the 5th year) and I guess the smallness of the place is kinda getting to me. I hate that Galway is starting to irritate me because, I hold this place close to my heart, it is ‘home’. It’s also the thought of heading into the dreaded depths of winter (I don’t do well in bad weather).

I wanted to do something about this, to re-ignite my love for this city. So I thought why not do one of my favourite things, walk around with a camera in hand. Right off the bat as I left my car next to the canal, I saw these kayakers getting ready to plunge in, boom! The re-igniting has already started. What followed was 5 hours of wandering around and shooting new perspectives of this beautiful city. Below is what I saw from 5 hours in Galway. From colourful street art to incredible buskers, I now appreciate this city even more. Galway is a pretty busy city if you take a closer look…


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© endatheroad 2018. (A lot of time, effort and money has gone into the production of these images, if you’d like to use any of them please contact me first. Thank you.)

Published by endatheroad

Born in Galway, Ireland, but raised all over the world thanks to the incredible work that my parents have done with the United Nations and many other NGOs. I want to capture the true beauty of the world and the good people of it that strive to make it a better place for all of us. I believe that only through education and awareness can we really appreciate each other and the world around us. I believe that photography is the right medium to achieve this.

2 thoughts on “5 Hours in Galway

  1. This is really beautiful! I’ve wanted to live in Galway for years and always think of it as my absolute favorite place. Did you feel differently after your walk about?

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    1. I feel totally different. Its made me want to head out more and more into this city and find new things about it! I appreciate this place a lot more than I did before.


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