Friday, 24 March 2017

Titanic Quarter


For more recent followers, here are photos I took last year of the Titanic Quarter in Belfast Docks, which is where the SS Nomadic is on view.  You can board the Nomadic for a tour along with the visitor attraction inside the Titanic exhibition Centre above.




 The 'skin' of the building is fascinating and dynamic and the shape obviously replicates the bow of the Titanic.
 It was wonderful to see the light reflecting off the surface.



Shallow pools of water surround the building to add to the experience of boarding the Titanic.


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Weekend Reflection HERE

Happy Weekend!

29 comments:

  1. WOW Christine, what a spectacular building!!!

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  2. Hello, what a cool building. I love the design. Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!

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  3. Great building and the Titanic exhibition must be interesting too.

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  4. Ha Christine, Indrukwekkende plaats met 'n wel heel karakterstick gebouw.
    Mooie foto's.
    Groet Kees.

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  5. It may look like the bow of the Titanic, but it also has an uncomfortable resemblance to an iceberg! Super photos.

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  6. Original building an i love it

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  7. What an amazing building and you've photographed it beautifully. Very impressive.

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  8. Great pictures - I love the photo with the "skin" of the building most, it's phantastic.

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  9. Fabulous photos, Christine!
    I'm not a great fan of modern architecture, but this is a building I definitely would like to see.
    Thank you for sharing. Have a sunny weekend! <3

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  10. Cool shots, Christine. I like that Titanic sign!

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  11. I can see that with the changing light the scene would be unique and different.Looks beautiful.

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  12. I love that Titanic sign. I have a photo of the museum but it was from the opposite side. I love your close-ups, very impressive! Excellent images Christine.

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  13. The close ups show it to be an interesting building. From a distance, though, it looks like a folded serviette on a wedding breakfast table.

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  14. Wow, that's an amazing building! All the angles and patterns on the outer walls are so impressive. Great perspective on your photos, too. Enjoy your weekend!

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  15. Such an interesting building and you got some great reflections.

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  16. That sure is an interesting looking building.

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  17. Stunning pictures. Would love to visit in person.
    Blessings to you this weekend.

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  18. Of course if you make a museum for the Titanic then it must look like a iceberg. Wonder what the architect thought.

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  19. very cool reflections and photos

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  20. Very interesting building and the reflection is lovely.

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  21. Beautiful building ... I imagine entering it as if you were boarding that ship .... not knowing it was doomed... must really create shivery feelings. Very interesting posts on this...I really enjoyed and learned from them.

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  22. Great photos! I love the reflections!

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  23. I agree with Sallie completely.

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