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Reflections of Belfast

A Christmas Walk

On a frosty but dry December 2022, we took time to take in the sights of Belfast and take photos for the benefit of those unable to visit this year. A Merry Christmas to you all.

Belfast City Hall and the Christmas Market

Belfast City Hall from Donegall Place
Belfast City Hall from Donegall Place
Donegall Square North
Donegall Square North
Christmas at the City Hall
Christmas at the City Hall
The Christmas Market
The Christmas Market
Fun at the Christmas Market
Fun at the Christmas Market
Shopping at the Christmas Market
Shopping at the Christmas Market
Donegall Place Morning
Donegall Place Morning

Laganside Views

Queen's Bridge Belfast
Queen’s Bridge Belfast
Night View of the Big Fish
Night View of the Big Fish
Queen's Bridge Evening
Queen’s Bridge Evening
The Nomadic with Titanic Museum Behind
The Nomadic with Titanic Museum Behind
Reflections of Belfast
Reflections of Belfast

City Centre Walk

The Bank Buildings
The Bank Buildings
Donegall Square East Christmas
Donegall Square East Christmas
The Jaffe Memorial Fountain and Victoria Square
The Jaffe Memorial Fountain and Victoria Square
Commercial Court Belfast
Commercial Court Belfast
The Merchant Hotel
The Merchant Hotel
The New Ulster University in Belfast
The New Ulster University in Belfast
Ulster University Christmas
Ulster University Christmas
St Anne's Cathedral
St Anne’s Cathedral
Belfast Central Library
Belfast Central Library
St Mary's Church at Christmas
St Mary’s Church at Christmas
Shopping in Castle Place
Shopping in Castle Place

Botanic Gardens and Queen’s University

Botanic Gardens Palm House
Botanic Gardens Palm House
Palm House Frost
Palm House Frost
Frosty Botanic Gardens
Frosty Botanic Gardens
Botanic Garden Squirrels
Botanic Garden Squirrels
Scotty at Botanic Gardens
Scotty at Botanic Gardens
A Frosty Morning at Queen's University
A Frosty Morning at Queen’s University
Queen's University Morning Sun
Queen’s University Morning Sun
Queen's University
Queen’s University

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