Bank of the Four Johns

Bank of the Four Johns

The Bank Buildings, Castle Street, Belfast was built in 1785 and was originally known as the Bank of the Four Johns because the four founders shared that Christian name. The bank collapsed around the early 1800’s and became the residence of the Church of Ireland...
Mobile Workflow

Mobile Workflow

A couple of posts back I wrote about my attempt to get news away quicker than I had been doing and my failed attempt using Press IPTC for Android. I spent considerable time on that App but couldn’t get it to work – I still haven’t. I looked at...
The Big Wheel

The Big Wheel

Bangor, for the next few weeks anyway, has its very own Big Wheel. The wheel has been placed adjacent to the marina and gives a great view over the moored boats and the town itself. Its arrival has coincided with the best weather of the year to date with unbroken blue...
Forgotten images

Forgotten images

      As I mentioned before I’m using the winter weather as an opportunity to clean up my Lightroom catalogue. Working through images from previous years is a walk down memory lane and while doing it I’ve found photographs that should’ve been sent...
Clarendon Dock

Clarendon Dock

  In recent years Clarendon Dock has been rejuvenated and is one of Belfast’s premium business areas. City Quays 1 and 2 have been completed and have attracted some prestigious tenants. Plans are under way for the construction of City Quays 3 and 4. The AC...
Guinness and flowers

Guinness and flowers

  I’ve written previously about the Duke of York Bar in Commercial Court and included a photograph of an old sign at the rear. This is one of the many old signs at the front of the bar.