Belfast is lucky to have two markets over the Christmas period, St. George’s Market that’s there all the time and the Continental Christmas Market that sets up in the grounds of the City Hall from Late November until a few days before Christmas.
I was at both this year, as I am most years and as I usually show a few images from the Continental Market I thought that this year I would show some from St. George’s Market. Continue reading “Christmas Markets”
A bit late to the press, these photographs were taken on the run up to Christmas.
I used a little Sony RX100 camera set on Night Scene mode. When set to this mode the camera takes a number of photographs and then merges them to give a sharp image. Continue reading “Christmas”
As winter closes in and Christmas draws ever closer you can feel the good will and excitement in the city even as the weather gets colder and the rain heavier.
There has been snow on higher ground on the outskirts but I haven’t heard talk of a White Christmas as yet.
The Christmas Market is in the grounds of the City hall and getting busier by the day while the shops echo to the sound of Christmas music and the bars and restaurants cope with Christmas functions. Continue reading “Belfast again”
October has been very good this year which I hope will make the Winter seem shorter.
These photographs were taken in Belfast around the end of October and early November. They could be used to illustrate Autumn in the city, although that was not my aim at the time. Continue reading “Autumn”
Its been three weeks since my last post! Time flies!
At this time of year I’m aware of winter approaching and tend to save image processing for the cold dark days ahead and that means I’m not at the computer as often as I should be. Here are a few photographs taken in Belfast last week during the unusually good weather. Continue reading “Sunny September”