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Ireland is way more than its capital, Dublin, but for the moment this was the only tentative to shoot in this country. It was drizzling in Dublin but, in spite of it, the streets were full of tourists. O'Connell Street is apparently the largest urban street in Europe and in spite of being obviously busy did not look packed. After a while the drizzle stopped and I was able to walk toward the Temple Bar area, where the bohemian spirit was obviously replaced by commercialism but is still a charming area, especially the inside of the bars that were oozing good spirit and music with Guinness pints everywhere. The Trinity College, the most impressive buildings in the city, commands a visit at least to see its magnificent library that has more than one million volumes and manuscripts. This was actually a monastery converted in 1592 into a college during the rule of Queen Elizabeth I and renovated in 1759. From there you continue on College Street to the Dublin Castle and Christ Church, following a route around the Parliament building and the numerous museums. I ended up on Grafton Street, the pedestrian area, where the bands were competing for attention hoping to be discovered.


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Apr 22: Just returned from three weeks shoot in Australia. We shot in the outback, around Uluru and Kata Tjuta to the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree National Forest, in Melbourne and the impressive Great Ocean Road and Sydney.

Feb 21: Back from the India shoot: Mumbai, Nasik, Shirdi, the Ellora and Ajanta caves, Aurangabad and Pune. We continued to Hampi, ending in the old Portuguese colony Goa.

Feb 7: Left for a two week shoot in India around Mumbai, Hampi and Goa.

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