Thursday, July 13, 2006

Two images that depict the impact of the Twelfth of July on Belfast

The first shows the remains Cluan Place bonfire … and another hole in the road that the increasing Belfast rates bills will have to cover.

The second shows this morning’s rush hour – on what is usually a very busy road. One pedestrian, no cars. For those of us working today, the morning commute was a breeze.

1 comment:

John Self said...

Ah yes, the putative delights of Orangefest, as we're now supposed to call it. How on earth is a 'cultural' 'festival' going to attract tourists if they can't go out for a meal or shopping afterwards?