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Hi - welcome to my Blog - Although my photo galleries contain the final results of my photographic expeditions, I like to write the occasional blog to give a bit of background to what I do.  My latest blog is a look at how, after many years, I have started walking in the Mournes again.  Click on the link and have a read....  

To Divis & beyond.......

November 21, 2014
Divis & Black Mountains rest in the heart of the Belfast Hills range which run from the edge of Lisburn to Newtownabbey. Divis or Dubhais, meaning ‘black ridge’, refers...
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I dont like heights.....

October 14, 2014
The tallest building in Belfast is the Obel Tower which was opened in 2011. By New York standards it is hardly a skysIcraper at 85 metres (28 storeys) but it is the talle...
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Bucket List Item

October 01, 2014
I used the term 'bucket list' on my home page introduction. We all have one, even if its not written down - there are lists of things we would all like to do in our "3 sc...
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The Dock Exhibition

September 27, 2014
My exhibition event in The Dock coffee, Titanic Quarter was a great success with around 60 people turning up and raising £540 Well done everyone & thanks for your suppor...
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