It took a while for August to get going, but when it did, it was rather good.
My first photo adventure came on the second weekend, when I headed to Portadown to see a new era begin, Linfield’s first domestic game with Warren Feeney as manager. The less said of the result, the better.
Late that night, I headed to Falls Park to see Kaiser Chiefs in concert.
The following day, I was off to Wales for a few days, specifically to see the European Super Cup Final between Real Madrid and Sevilla.
I took the opportunity to explore Cardiff, go to Bristol for a day, and spend some time in Bath. Loved the Street Art in Bristol. Would have loved to have gone on the official tour, but it wasn’t on the day I was there.
Back in Belfast, it was off to The Oval to see Linfield come from 2-0 down to beat Glentoran.
I wasn’t back in Belfast long, as it was time to head to Edinburgh, mostly for the Festival, but I did take in some football, Hearts v Hibs. I also managed to get some Street Art photos when in Edinbugh.
Not long back in Belfast, it was time for Tennent’s Vital to see Bastille and The Killers on the same bill.
Two days later, it was on the road to see Linfield, a theme through the opening weeks of the season. This time, it was to Institute, my first time there.
Two days after that, was a trip to see Linfield go out of the League Cup to Ballyclare. The less said of that, the better.
One more road trip, to Dungannon, to see Linfield get a 1-0 win. At least the month ended on a winning note.