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 The red brick wall is no longer there and the railings have been replaced by a wire fence.
A celebration of street entertainment over the Mayday holiday weekend. The festival is the largest comedy and street theatre festival in the country, taking place mostly in Cathedral Quarter but also throughout the city. It was a dull wet day and I have desaturated some of the colours to add atmosphere.
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.
Above the door of the Blackbox in Hill Street, Belfast. Not Photoshopped.
Today the Anti Vaccination Passport people had another rally in Belfast, the last one of the year. I didn’t get any images I was happy with and I’ve already posted twice on these protests so here’s something different. This guy was standing at the entrance to Corn Market inviting debate on children being taught to …
No march this week but a rally at City Hall. Attracting a crowd of a few hundred and becoming a weekly event this, obviously, is important to a lot of people. I waited until I got different placards framed by the two guys standing in front of me.
Despite a temperature of around 7C and a sharp breeze the cyclists were out and touring the slipways in Titanic Quarter.
In the last post I said that we were in lock down again but it was not quite as strict as the last time. Although accurate at the time things have changed somewhat. That lock down has been relaxed for a week with cafes, restaurants and bars permitted to open. From 27th November however a …