December’s photo adventures had to wait a full seven days, when I headed to Windsor Park to see Linfield beat Cliftonville.
A few days later, I headed to Ulster Hall for my final concert of the year, to see Primal Scream.
The following Saturday, I headed to Warrenpoint to see Linfield get a 2-0 win.
That was followed by heading to Windsor Park to see Linfield draw 1-1 with Crusaders.
December so far hasn’t been that busy so far, but there’s still some photo adventures to come in the final week.
It’s unlikely that i’ll be at Seaview tomorrow for the Steel and Sons Cup Final, but i’ll be at The Oval on Boxing Day. As if i’d be anywhere else.
Boxing Day is the start of three busy days, as i’ll be heading to Ulster v Connacht the day after, and then Coleraine v Linfield the day after that.
I hope you’ve enjoyed by look back at my photo adventures in 2019. Of course, there’ll be more photo adventures in 2020.
In terms of concerts, Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, Blossoms and Badly Drawn Boy are already on the horizon.
Travelwise, Manchester and Bray are confirmed. I’m planning to walk up Bray Head. While in Bray, i’ll sneak in a trip to Dublin. I’m hoping to see a Euro 2020 game while i’m there, but i’ll definitely catch some League Of Ireland action.
May is the new date for Hit The North, so i’ll be photographing that, and any other Street Art I spot during the year.
And i’ll be crossing my fingers for some snow to photograph at some point because i’m a big kid.