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  • Spring in Tee-shirt in Belfast?
    Spring in Tee-shirt in Belfast?
    by ronaldbarr
  • Safe Haven in Bangor
    Safe Haven in Bangor
    by ronaldbarr
  • Down Arts Centre
    Down Arts Centre
    by orlikins
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    Belfast Lough in Springtime

    by ronaldbarr Updated Mar 16, 2005

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    Spring in Tee-shirt in Belfast?

    March 16, 2005 and yes that's me in the tee-shirt on the edge of Belfast Lough. If it's peace, tranquillity, fresh air and exercise you need then walk the coastal route from Crawfordsburn in an eastern direction to Bangor. You will not be disappointed. This picture tells the story! Get over here.

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    Bangor Marina

    by ronaldbarr Written Mar 16, 2005

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    Safe Haven in Bangor

    If you are interested in cruisers or yachts, you will find plenty to satisfy you in the marina at Bangor. Many international visitors enjoy the sailing around the shores of Northern Ireland. Bangor Marina is well equipped to berth-up and explore.

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    Spring on Belfast Lough

    by ronaldbarr Written Mar 16, 2005

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    Springtime on Belfast Lough

    The day before St. Patrick's day Spring arrived! After a long winter it was necessary to cast off coats, jumpers and to walk from Crawfordsburn to Bangor along the coastal path. Yes you can believe what you see in this and the pictures to follow. Sunshine and 15C. Watch the sky for signs of change and remember it rains in Ireland lots!

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    Lisnabreeny View of Belfast City

    by ronaldbarr Written Feb 20, 2005

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    Blue Sky over Belfast

    To the south-east of Belfast the Castlereagh hills are found. The higher land (400 feet above sea level) offers spectacular views over Belfast, the Lagan Valley and around to the Mournes, Strangford Lough and the Ards Peninsula on a clear day.
    This picture was taken from Lisnabreeny on a chilly February morning in 2005. The city was subject to shunshine and localised showers. This is typical Northern Ireland weather.

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    First Snow Christmas Day 2004

    by ronaldbarr Written Dec 26, 2004

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    White Christmas Day 2004

    If you take a look at my 'Giant's Ring' album you will find Autumn shots of this tree. Christmas Day 2004 at around 10.00 I found this striking view. I simply had to make a picture.
    Snow in Northern Ireland is not a frequent event and a 'White Christmas' is very rare indeed.

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    Cavehill Nature Reserve...

    by Raymond89 Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Cavehill Nature Reserve Park
    The climb to the top is worth the breathtaking view of Belfast and the coast.
    Take the local Bus from the City centre to Glengormley and ask to be let off at the Cavehill Entrance- close to St Gerard's RC Church

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    Downpatrick

    by orlikins Updated Jul 27, 2004
    Down Arts Centre

    Downpatrick is a town thats about 30 mins drive from Belfast, where St. Patrick is buried.

    Down Cathedral and Down Arts Centre (pictured here) are there as well.

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