March began for me with a trip to Dublin to see Linfield take on Shamrock Rovers in a Setanta Cup game. Unfortunately, I missed the first couple of minutes of the game, as I would have loved to have got the stadium in advance of kick-off to get some shots, and get a good shooting position.
The less said about the match, the better.
Three days later, I was at the Waterfront Hall (amazingly, it has been open since 1997, and this was my first concert attended at it) to see Stereophonics in concert.
Got a good shooting position and some good shots. An excellent concert as well.
That weekend, I went out and got some Street Art photos in Ormeau Park.
The following weekend, I was in Manchester to see United take on Reading. I didn’t know it then, but it would be the last time I would go to a United match managed by Sir Alex Ferguson.
On the Monday, I was at a freezing Seaview to see Linfield lose 3-0 to Crusaders. I should have just stayed in the house and watched it on TV.
The following Friday, I was hoping to go to Windsor Park to see Northern Ireland take on Russia. Unfortunately, it was postponed due to snow. In March.
I went out to try and get some snow photos. It wasn’t very photogenic snow. The photos of it weren’t particularly great.
The following Tuesday, I did get to see Northern Ireland play, against Israel, in a 2-0 defeat.