Christmas in the Big City

For the past week I've been craving some landscape photography. Unfortunately, the weather has been miserable so I had to scrap that idea and think of something new. 

I decided to head for Belfast to see the city dressed in Christmas lights. This was actually the first time I've been up this year to see them, which is surprising. My first stop was at the Christmas markets - an obvious choice. The markets have been a hit ever since they first arrived and continue to attract huge crowds. The churros stall actually had a dedicated member of staff and barriers for forming an organised queue (as seen below). Yes it was that popular.

From here I went to a favourite spot of mine for photographs - The Titanic Quarter. It's a fantastic looking building, inside and out; and even better when the Titanic sign is bathed in Christmas lights. Following this I headed to the Beacon of Hope sculpture at the waterfront and also came across a Coca Cola truck. I've always been a fan of the Coca Cola adverts that utilise this vehicle but never have I seen a functional one in person. 

Some of you may have noticed something new in this post. Have you spotted it yet? It's a new watermark - one which I feel is more modern and current. Personally I think it looks great but let me know what you think of it.

One final thing (I swear). I've set up a dedicated Facebook page for my photography, so be sure to head over and give it a Like (and share if you fancy). Now, onto the photos.