Another photograph of a Harland and Wolff Shipyard crane, this time viewed through a gap in two apartment blocks. The two cranes, Samson and Goliath, dominate the Belfast skyline and are much photographed. Samson is the largest at 348 feet against Goliath at 315 feet. Unfortunately I don’t know which one this is. I need …
A Glass of Thrones window. This one is House Stark and is located on Donegall Quay at the AC Hotel. Six of the windows are spread along the Maritime Mile
The two Harland and Wolff Shipyard cranes that tower over the city. This image was taken some years ago. The red brick wall is no longer there and the railings have been replaced by a wire fence.
Wheaten bread tastes nice, especially with cheese. It uses baking soda as a leavening agent instead of yeast so you don’t get that bloated feeling when you eat it.
The North West 200 motorcycle races at Portrush are Northern Ireland’s largest annual sporting event and usually attract over 150000 people. Watching motorbike races and spending time with friends and family. What’s not to like? And there’s a beach.
Three Mallard Drakes chilling at Castle Espie WWT Centre.
The Quoile River, Downpatrick
The SoundYard is created from metal tubes and reproduces noises similar to the sounds that would have emanated from the Harland and Wolff Shipyard. It can be found on the river side of SSE Arena.