Lisburn's Bow Street seemed remarkably colourful on Saturday morning. At one end, pan pipes were wafting out from just outside Easons. Futher up there was a street preacher and then the balloon seller. Another busker outside the Ulster Bank. And World War Two enthusiasts - the Wartime Living History Association - stretched out all the way up to the Linen Museum. (Turned out that last bit was a major part of Lisburn's Historic Quarter Festival over the weekend.)
I've always wonder just how difficult and fiddly it is to make a multi-picture video ... now I know! All the footage was filmed within ten minutes as we walked up the street. And all caught on the pocket-sized Flip Mino HD.
The sound seems very choppy? Is it just me, or is it the same for everyone? Might have to try and re-export tonight.