September began for me on the road to Fermanagh, to see Linfield take on Ballinamallard, and get a 1-0 win on a lovely sunny day.
From the road to Fermanagh to the road to France. My next football match came two days later when I saw Northern Ireland take on Hungary in a Euro 2016 Qualifier, knowing that a win sound them to France.
They didn’t get the win they wanted, but a late draw kept them on course to qualify.
Inbetween those two football matches was some graffiti spotting around Belfast.
Two days after that, I was at The Odyssey, now renamed The SSE Arena, to see Florence and the Machine perform the first concert at the newly renovated venue.
Back to Irish League action the following Saturday, a trip to Seaview to see Linfield take on Crusaders, the less said about, the better.
The following Friday, was the highlight of the year in Belfast, Culture Night, and I was out with my camera snapping the action.
I recovered from Culture Night in time the following day to head to Windsor Park to see Linfield take on Warrenpoint.
The following day, I undertook a post Culture Night tradition by checking out the newly painted Street Art on North Street and the surrounding areas.
The final weekend of the month saw me head to Windsor Park to see Linfield edge past Glenavon 4-3.
Like the previous weekend, I headed to North Street to get a look at the Street Art painted for Culture Night, as some pieces were still being worked on when I went down the previous week.
I also headed to City Quays Walk for the first time, to see some Street Art that had been painted there.