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Sunday, 21 July 2013

A good week for photos in the papers

Well for this week the count is ten ,that's the ones I know off and have bean in all the major papers and this is from the times yesterday.

  All so It is the Sunday times today.

Friday, 12 July 2013

Albertbridge Road in Belfast.

Loyalist protesters attacked police lines at the Albertbridge Road in Belfast. With the Orange Order demanding its right to walk traditional routes and Catholic residents objecting, the marching season often provides the backdrop for a period of tension on the streets.

On July 11, 'Eleventh Night' bonfires are lit in staunchly Protestant areas. Many are massive constructions of wooden pallettes, old sofas and rubber tyres topped with Irish flags or effigies of pro-Nationalist figures. Bonfire architects battle it out to see who can build the biggest, and shifts of young guardians ensure rival builders don't steal their burnable booty. At midnight the bonfires are set alight, and these raging infernos can be seen blazing across the city - the Shankill Road and Milltown Road (South Belfast) bonfires are two of Belfast's biggest.this is

Sandy Row bonfire.