There really is something quite magical about the light at this time of the day at this time of the year (this particular shot is time-stamped at 7.52 pm). Even though it was slightly hazy, the low sun was doing very special things and transforming the mundane into the wonderful. This industrious individual was digging for bait at low tide at the Bull Wall in Dollymount on the north side of Dublin. The fact that he has two buckets possibly suggests that he had high hopes of a good haul.
Actually, of course, I'm merely assuming that bait was what was being looked for. Perhaps he was on the hunt for mussels? Or something else? I guess it's obvious I'm no expert.
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