Here are a few shots I took while visiting Dublin and Belfast.
The first one shows some sculptures that feature in a poem I posted a few days ago called a mammy and her littlin. This can be seen in front of the waterfront centre in Belfast. Read the poem afterwards by scrolling down a few days.
Ah, a bridge over the Liffey. And yes, that is blue sky you can see there!
This is a shot outside the city council building in the centre of Belfast.
The sculpture of Molly Malone, the famous seller of cockles and mussels, located at the bottom of Grafton Street. There is a reference to this in the other poem I wrote from Dublin called the siren of absence. Scroll down a few days to read this.