Cork is Ireland's second largest city. It has everything Dublin has, and more. I went there and took some pictures.
Someone found a dog. It is being well looked after.
I also went up Shandon Hill. This is a mysterious old neighbourhood to the north of the city centre.
I saw a plaque to Mother Jones, the American labour activist. She was born in Cork.
Shandon is famous for the church at the top of the hill, over which there is a weathervane in the shape of a fish. I have long suspected that the church serves a congregation of Deep One hybrids.
There were loads of flags flying from ropes connected to the church.
Loads of flags.
I did not photograph anywhere else in Cork.
An inuit panda production