This morning, as has become my tradition since I started blogging, I went into Belfast to photograph the St Patrick’s Day parade in Belfast.
This year I chose a vantage point of just opposite the City Hall.
There was lots of colour, both in the parade, and in the watching crowd. It is the only day in the year in Belfast when you see more than just the tourists wearing silly green hats!
I particularily liked this float representing the Harland and Wolfe shipyard (where the Titanic was built)
This was my first venture out for more than just coffee since my operation 2 weeks ago, and I am certainly more tired and sore than I have been in days. I’ll just have to be a bit more patient – and patience is not one of my strengths!
My thoughts and prayers continue to be with the people of Japan, and especially Sue, who has moved with her children further south.
What have you done today?
Remember to link up to my St Patrick’s Day Blogging Carnival – I bought some prizes today for some of the participants….it could be you!