August is usually a busy month, but it was a bit slow to get going. My first event came on the 8th of the month, when I went to see Linfield start the new Irish League season, against Ballymena United.
Four days later, I was visiting Taylor’s Avenue for the first time, as Linfield travelled to newly promoted Carrick Rangers.
Three days later, I was back at Windsor Park to see Linfield take on Dungannon Swifts.
The next day, I headed to the Peace Wall in Belfast to get some snaps.
Belsonic then began in Belfast, and I attended two of these concerts, Paloma Faith and Stereophonics.
The day after that Stereophonics gig, I was Edinburgh bound for my annual trip to the Edinburgh Festival.
While there, I went to see some football, as Hearts took on Partick Thistle at Tynecastle.
It wasn’t all football, as I managed to get some photos of Street Art in Edinburgh.
A couple of football trips within Scotland, first to Glasgow to see Rangers take on Hibs, and then Dunfermline to see Dunfermline take on Dundee.
There was also some music to fit in while in Scotland, as I headed to Princes Street Gardens to see James in concert.
Upon my return from Scotland, it was back to Windsor Park to see Linfield beat Portadown and pull clear at the top of the league.