September 2018 began for me with a trip to Windsor Park to see Linfield take on Ards on the first day of the month, for a match that finished 0-0.
The following day, I headed out on bike to check out the latest scribbles on the Belfast Peace Wall.
On the third day of the month, yes, three successive days of photo adventures, I headed to The Limelight to see The Kooks in concert.
The following weekend, it was a football double header, taking in Linfield’s trip to Warrenpoint Town, and then Northern Ireland’s first ever UEFA Nations League match, at home to Bosnia-Herzegovina.
There was more football, taking in Linfield’s matches against Dungannon Swifts and Coleraine.
Sandwiched inbetween that was a trip to The Palm House to see Kyle Falconer in concert, and then Belfast Culture Night.
In the aftermath of Culture Night, I was out getting photos of new Street Art which appeared in Belfast, as part of Hit The North.
The month ended with me taking in Linfield’s home match with Ballymena United.
Linfield v Ards
Belfast Peace Wall Art
Belfast Peace Wall Art Photo Album
The Kooks live at The Limelight
The Kooks live at The Limelight Photo Album
Warrenpoint Town v Linfield
Northern Ireland v Bosnia-Herzegovina
Northern Ireland v Bosnia-Herzegovina Photo Album
Linfield v Dungannon Swifts
Kyle Falconer live at The Palm House
Kyle Falconer live at The Palm House Photo Album
Culture Night Belfast 2018
Culture Night Belfast 2018 Photo Album
Coleraine v Linfield
North Street Art
North Street Art Work In Progress
North Street Art Photo Album
Linfield v Ballymena United