With Bernard Brogan calling a halt to his inter-county career, here are a selection of images from the footballer's astounding time with Dublin.
In a statement released on Brogan's Twitter account, the St Oliver Plunketts man thanked family, friends, managers and teammates for all they had given him during a 15-year career.
Onto the next journey!💙 pic.twitter.com/y2yb9u7Ov6
— Bernard Brogan (@bernardbrogan) October 24, 2019
Bernard Brogan: A career in pictures
As a Dublin U21, Bernard Brogan fights for the ball with Down's Mark Rooney (2005)
Bernard Brogan gets up close and personal with Offaly's Conor Evans (2007)
Brogan celebrates with his brother Alan after Dublin win the 2007 Leinster final
Brogan attempts to evade the close attention of Kerry's Tomás Ó Sé (2007)
The Dubliner celebrates a score against Wexford in Leinster Championship clash (2010)
Brogan and Rory Carroll try desperately to block off a shot from Tyrone's Sean Cavanagh (2010)
Distraught after coming short once again, this time in an All-Ireland semi-final against eventual winners Cork (2010)
Representing his country during one of Ireland's International Series clashes with Australia
At long last, Bernard Brogan celebrates Dublin winning an All-Ireland title (2011)
And again... (2013)
... And again (2015)
Bernard Brogan celebrates his final spell in a Dublin jersey with the Sam Maguire Cup as Jim Gavin's side win their fifth successive All-Ireland title (2019)
After enjoying an astounding career with the Dublin footballers, Brogan's time coincided with the county winning their first All-Ireland title since 1995.
From that initial success under Pat Gilroy in 2011, the county proceeded to force their way into the reckoning of perhaps behind the greatest side Gaelic Football has seen.
Having had to satisfy himself with a more peripheral role in recent seasons, Brogan's contribution will not go by unnoticed.
You can watch back Bernard Brogan's interview with Off the Ball carried out shortly after Dublin sealed the five-in-a-row here.