Pottinger’s Entry

Pottinger’s Entry

An entry is what people from Belfast call an alley. “The Belfast Entries” orĀ  simply “The Entries” are the alleys that mostly run from Ann Street through to High Street, Belfast. They have been described as, “The close knit passageways...
Pride before a Fail

Pride before a Fail

I try to get to Belfast Pride most years and send the pictures to Alamy Live News. I don’t think I’ve ever sold any as news but the occasional one has sold after it moved from News to the main collection. The first Belfast Pride Parade was, unbelievably,...
Interesting?

Interesting?

McHugh’s in Queen’s Square is believed to be the oldest surviving building in Belfast, dating from around 1711. It’s a popular bar and restaurant especially when there’s an event in Custom House Square. I’ve taken many photographs of...
Hop On, Hop Off

Hop On, Hop Off

Last week I was in Scotland and spent a day in Edinburgh. It’s a beautiful city with plenty of sights, friendly people and things to do.There’s even a Tesla showroom! Walking on Princes Street I photographed one of the City Sightseeing Tour buses with...
The Ford Capri Club

The Ford Capri Club

Today the Ford Capri Owners Club, Northern Ireland had a charity event in Bangor in aid of The Northern Ireland Cancer Centre. Although the event was organised by The Capri Club all Fords, old and reasonably new seemed welcome. Walking around the cars on display you...
The Old Days

The Old Days

The weather remains cold and wet, to cap it I’ve now picked up a cold and yesterday was the annual Horse Ploughing and Country Skills Day at the Folk Museum in Holywood. I try to go every year and I’ve made it for the last five or six but yesterday I...