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I had a frustrating day today where I managed to format my CF card in my camera after spending some time in town and going to our local market and taking a bunch of photos. I don't know how it happened and didn't realise until I imported all my photos this evening that I only had a few photos on the card. :( It's the first time I've ever had that happen.

A frustrating day for photography

I had a frustrating day today where I managed to format my CF card in my camera after spending some time in town and going to our local…

NIGEL IVY VLOGS - We are ready to hit the road again! || #28

We are ready to hit the road again! || #28

– Vlog Episode #28 – In this episode of my vlog, we’re getting ready to hit the road on another trip. This is a big one for for…

The weather was great tonight, so I spontaneously went for a big hike tonight to the top of Cave Hill. Here's a photo I took while I was up there of central Belfast.

Belfast City lights from the top of Cave Hill

The weather was great tonight, so I spontaneously went for a big hike tonight to the top of Cave Hill. Here’s a photo I took while I was…

Here's a shot I took today of my little boy, Jaxon Hunter. He's just out of his 4th mental leap and has changed so much in the last few weeks. He's so much more independant now, trying to hold himself up when you carry him, turning at every noise to see what's going on and very close to crawling. It's amazing to watch his personality develop.

My little boy is getting bigger!

Here’s a shot I took today of my little boy, Jaxon Hunter. He’s just out of his 4th mental leap and has changed so much in the last…

Here's another shot from our adventures to the North Coast over the weekend, of Ballintoy Harbour. It was a pretty stormy and moody day. The sea was rough. There was a lot of wind. But it was a great day with my brother. :)

Views on a stormy day up at Ballintoy Harbour

Here’s another shot from our adventures to the North Coast over the weekend, of Ballintoy Harbour. It was a pretty stormy day. The sea was rough. There was…

Here's another shot from yesterday's adventure up at the North Coast of the infamous Giant's Causeway. It was a windy, dark day yesteday!

Moody Giants Causeway

Here’s another shot from yesterday’s adventure up at the North Coast of the infamous Giant’s Causeway. It was a windy, dark day yesterday! If you’d like to buy…

Today my brother and I spent a day up at the north coast of Northern Ireland. It's a beautiful part of the world with some amazing scenry and places to visit.

The Dark Hedges of the North Coast

Today my brother and I spent a day up at the north coast of Northern Ireland. It’s a beautiful part of the world with some amazing scenry and…

NIGEL IVY VLOGS - The BEST breakfast I’ve had all month! || #27

The BEST breakfast I’ve had all month! || #27

– Vlog Episode #27 – In this episode of my vlog, it’s my Dad’s birthday, so we cook him and epic breakfast. We then travel back from England…

Here's a shot of Belfast's historic Albert Clock. This is a great city to live in.

Albert Clock in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter

Here’s a shot of Belfast’s historic Albert Clock. This is a great city to live in. If you’d like to buy this image, you can do so here: https://nigelivy.smugmug.com/Daily-Photo/i-3KkRqzc

Here's another shot from our recent Zambia trip. It was such a fun trip, I'm still reminiscing.

Papyrus vibes with traditional fisherman

Here’s another shot from our recent Zambia trip. It was such a fun trip, I’m still reminiscing. I love the vibrancy of the papyrus in the background. If…

Here's a photo I took this week, just before Ophelia hit, of our parliament buildings up at Stormont here in Belfast. It's a nice park to visit and home of some complex politics. :)

Moody Stormont Estate vibes before Ophelia

Here’s a photo I took this week, just before Ophelia hit, of our parliament buildings up at Stormont Estate here in Belfast. It’s a nice park to visit…

Traditional fisherman on a mission crossing the upper Zambezi River. These cover amazing distance on that river, checking their nets and carrying goods up and down the river.

Traditional fishermen on a mission

Traditional fishermen on a mission crossing the upper Zambezi River. These cover amazing distance on that river, checking their nets and carrying goods up and down the river.

This little champ is 6 months old today. What an amazing 6 months it's been. Truly the best 6 months of my life. He gets cuter every day. It's been one of my greatest joys in life to watch him grow and for his personality to form. What a privilege it is to be his Dad.

Jaxon Hunter is 6 months old today!

This little champ is 6 months old today. What an amazing 6 months it’s been. Truly the best 6 months of my life. He gets cuter every day….

NIGEL IVY VLOGS - BRITISH AIRWAYS ARE THE BEST! || #26

BRITISH AIRWAYS ARE THE BEST! || #26

– Vlog Episode #26 – In this episode of my vlog, I have excellent customer service from British Airways, we have a nice family dinner, I sort some…

Here's a photo from our recent trip to Zambia. These locals have an interesting life and create these little fishing settlements all along the river every year. When the rains come, they'll be long gone inland in bigger villages as these little fishing villages will be washed away and absorbed into the flood plains. It takes them roughly about a week to put together their huts and get things set up, all made from materials on the river bank (mud, thatch grass and trees). They live quite a nomadic life. It's unlikely the kids go to school and if they do, it's unlikely they go to school past primary years. The canoes (locally known as Makoro) are their livelihood as traditional fisherman and are carved from a single tree inland and dragged to the river using oxen. A very basic life, but the funny thing is that you'll probably find they have cell phones and other western things as well. A fascinating thing to see and experience.

Kids playing in a makoro on the banks of the Zambezi River

Here’s a photo from our recent trip to Zambia. These locals have an interesting life and create these little fishing settlements all along the Zambezi River every year….