Saturday, 24 February 2018
Friday, 23 February 2018
In the Ulster Museum, there is a gallery displaying photgraphs, mostly taken by photojournalists, documenting our troubled past and how life went on in spite of the Troubles.
|Belfast Street scene in the 70's - note the mural of 'King Billy'|
|Views of the bombing devastation|
|Some of my favourite photos of characters you'd only find in Belfast in the 70's!|
|Putting their lives on the line, literally...|
|A Parliamentary Protest|
Linking with Willy Nilly Friday HERE
Hope you enjoy a peaceful weekend.
Thursday, 22 February 2018
Two gulls photobombed this lake shot but I'm thankful that they did because when I look at them soaring free in the skies, I am reminded how precious our civil and religious liberties are and I thank God for my freedom.
Linking with Michelle's Thankful Thursday HERE
Sky Watch Friday HERE
Thank you for coming by!
Wednesday, 21 February 2018
Tuesday, 20 February 2018
Dipping into the archives for Tuesday's Treasures with Tom HERE and a couple of classic Ferraris spotted last summer and snapped by my son as I was driving.
He's the car enthusiast and tells me they are rare and very valuable models.
They were definitely in pristine condition.
Thanks for your visit and comments!
Monday, 19 February 2018
This set of plaster cast and tile murals are found beneath the A1 bridge Dromore County Down and entitled 'Taking Stock', a community project to commemorate Dromore's history.
From Harry Ferguson's mechanical achievements...
...to the area's thriving agricultural diversity...
...and the town's religious buildings. All were created by the local school children.
Love the texture here.
Linking with Sami at Sami-ColourfulWorld HERE For Monday Murals! Check them out!
Have a good week!