So many Photo Opportunities, Yet So Little Time
After arriving in Belfast an hour later than anticipated due to a flight delay, the grand scale of the challenge I had set myself dawned on me. As I stepped out of the Taxi I realised that in just a stones throw away from the hotel door there was so many photograph opportunities to be had, yet so little time!
I booked myself into the hotel, then set out to begin exploring the surrounding area wondering where to start. I figured the most realistic plan of attack would be to spend the time I had in Belfast, focusing on what was just outside of the door.
As I ventured further into Titanic Quater, I decided that I really ought to focus on beginning to explore just two subjects, Titanic Belfast and SS Nomadic. It had already become quite obvious that in order to do justice to the Titanic Quarter alone, at the very least, a full weekend, traveling on Friday and Monday would be much more realistic. My plan is to return to Belfast in the near future and continue where I left off, at 12:00 on the 31st February 2016.
“Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.” ~ Albert Einstein.
Although I may not have managed to achieve all that I set out to. The ‘Titanic Challenge’ was an invaluable learning trip which allowed me to explore some less familiar areas of photography, making some mistakes to learn from along the way. I have so much more to write about this trip, but I’m going to keep this post short leave the stuff I want to talk about for future posts.
I shall sign out leaving you with some of the photographs I took during the ‘Titanic Challenge’. I hope they offer some inspiration and that you enjoy looking through them as much as I did taking them.