This was a just-in-case blip for today, taken in the early hours as we made our way back to Carl's place after a bit of late-nightness in Dún Laoghaire.
This corner shop is famous in its own right - well, it says it is on a self-congratulatory sign outside). I'm surprised that this is the first time I've blipped it, because it's always struck me as crying out for blipping. It was jut as well I got this in the can. This was the only shot of the day.
We had a fantastic old-fashioned Sunday lunch, after which I dashed home to catch the final race of the Formula 1 season from Brazil. Sebastian Vettel didn't lead from the start for a bit of a change, but it didn't take him long to get out in front and to do his usual and keep out in front until the chequered flag was waved. There was lots of overtake action in a race which also saw Mark Webber run his last race in Formula 1 and Felipe Massa drive his last drive for Ferrari.