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In years gone by, Belfast had a thriving ship building industry. One of the most famous ships constructed there was the RMS Titanic.
However over recent years this area of the city had declined but now it boasts a rejuvenated and renamed Titanic Quarter.
The area is now thriving again with a waterfront to be proud of. The original Hamilton dry dock now houses the only remaining White Star Line ship in the world, the Nomadic.
The buildings make fantastic subjects for photographers and the lighting adds to the variety of images to be captured - these are some on my favourites - enjoy
MEMORIAL FOR THE DEADSIGNATURE REFLECTIONSABSTRACT TITANIC 2TITANIC REFLECTIONSABSTRACT TITANICSIGNATURE REFLECTIONS TOOTITANICAOLD MEETS NEWTITANIC BLUE HOURTITANIC LIGHTSTITANIC MONTAGEAFTER THE BLUE HOURSURREAL TITANICAFTER THE BLUE HOUR 2THE OLD & THE NEWTITANIC OUTLINETITANIC BUILDING AT NIGHT

Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:Europe
Subcategory Detail:United Kingdom
Keywords:ABSTRACT, Atlantic, Olympic, belfast, captain smith, cherborg, disaster, iceberg, ireland, northern ireland, ships, sinking, thomas andrews, titanic, winslett