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Yellow Umbrellas on Commercial Court
Belfast's answer to Portugal's Umbrella Sky Project can be found just off Commercial Court, facing the Duke of York Pub, but this hidden entry is much more than a few umbrellas in the sky. Stand beneath these vibrant yellow brollies and look around you you will see caricatures of some of Belfast's most famous faces, from sporting heroes to TV talent. It's an authentic Instagram moment you won't want to miss!
Harland and Wolff Cranes
A photography guide to the city would not be complete without a reference to Belfast's famous yellow cranes, Samson and Goliath. Taking pride of place in the Titanic Quarter, these cranes dominate the skyline, and are a symbol of the city. Photograph on a sunny day for a vibrant contrast with the blue sky, venture to the cranes after a wet day for some artistic reflections, or choose your position wisely and snap a sunrise or sunset over the shipyard.
Belfast's Street Art
Belfast's Street Art is ever changing, but it remains enshrined in photographs forever. Some of the most iconic pieces of local street art include 'Long Runs The Fox' on North Street, and 'The Duel of Belfast, Dance By Candlelight' on Hill Street, as well as tributes to Prince, Carrie Fisher and even Jon Snow from Game of Thrones. A walk around the city, particularly Belfast's Cathedral Quarter, with your eyes peeled will reveal most of these unique pieces of art.
The Albert Clock Fountains
Belfast's Albert Clock is often referred to as our very own Leaning Tower of Pisa, but it is in fact the fountains beneath it that create the most striking photo opportunity. Operational from April-October, from 7.30am-9pm each day, these fountains are not only the source of happiness and entertainment for passing children, but also a great opportunity to play around with shutter speed and water photography. Why not bend down between the fountains and try to create the illusion of water reaching the top of the Albert Clock?
The Dome at Victoria Square
Whilst Cave Hill provides a view over the city from a peaceful distance, The Dome at Victoria Square brings you right to the heart of the city buzz, with a 360 degree view around the city from its most central shopping centre. A trip to the top of the dome requires a good head for heights, but the views over the city are well worth it, particularly when the dome is lit up at night.https://nobackhome.com/top-stops-on-the ... tal-route/