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This week’s posts are definitely of things warm. Warm tones of summer of cherry blossoms in Newtownabbey, an aerial photograph of Eisenhower Pier, Bangor, dramatic reds of Harland and Wolff shipyard cranes silhouetted against a setting sun and a powerful black and white photograph of a lone walker at The Waterworks park, Belfast against a dramatic sky.

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Lisbane Lake - photo 20-05-2019_06-25-53 shard by Bout Yeh photographers Belfast

CHERRY tree close-up. Lockdown exercise #iphonephoto by Bout Yeh, taken this morning in bright spring sunshine in Newtownabbey.

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Lagan Weir Bridge - photo 22-05-2019_06-44-30 shared by Bout Yeh photographers Belfast

SUN down. The last rays of a setting sun cast pink against a strong almost solitary cloud, creating the perfect view from the shore of Lough Melvin, County Fermanagh. Photo by heckuva shooter @debbie.muldoon

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Carrickfergus Castle - photo 21-05-2019_08-32-54 shared by Bout Yeh photographers Belfast

FYI. Established in the early 1840s by the Water Commissioner, the Belfast Waterworks supplied water to the city’s factories and residents for 20 years before demand began to outstrip supply.

Around 1889, Tom Boyce, a boating contractor who operated the Ormeau ferry across the River Lagan, was commissioned by the Water Board to provide 12 rowing boats for the site. Public bathing soon followed, as did diving, swimming galas and speedboat racing in 1929, followed by model yacht sailing in 1933.
Bought by Belfast Corporation in 1956, it was decided to partially fill in both of the site’s reservoirs for safety reasons. The work took ten years.
Since then, the upper pond has been stocked with trout for the local angling club and two manmade islands have been added to encourage waterfowl to breed.

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