The River Liffey divides Dublin city in two, and has provided a lifeline for the city since its conception. The original Dublin was built on the banks of the Liffey, taking advantage of the freshwater provided by the river, and the proximity to the seaside. Dublin has since grown outwards on both sides of the River, but retains a semi-circular shape.
Lensmen’s timelapse videos of the River Liffey show how it remains a focal point for the modern city; how the river’s quaysides and bridges are as vibrant today as they have been from the beginning.
Here are some samples of Lensmen’s time-lapse videos of the River Liffey:
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