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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…

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….

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….

I drove past this old church last night that's just around the corner from where we live. I liked the look of it, so I popped out to take some photos of it. It's a pretty busy intersection, with a bunch of cars that passed as I was taking the photo.

Bloomfield Avenue church at night

I drove past this old church last night that’s just around the corner from where we live. I liked the look of it, so I popped out to…

This morning we went for a walk around Botanic Gardens. The weather was pretty bad, but we still got out for a nice walk.

Belfast Botanic Gardens stroll in the rain

This morning we went for a walk around Botanic Gardens. The weather was pretty bad, but we still got out for a nice walk.

Zambezi sunrise on Sekoma Island

Zambezi sunrise on Sekoma Island

Here’s a Zambezi sunrise photo I took on our recent trip to Zambia. This was the view right outside the challet that we were staying in. What an…

Today was a big day for us. It was the day we introduced Jax to solid food. He's been desperate to grab our food for weeks now and so keen to chomp on something. He had two teeth come through while we were in South Africa, so the time was right. :) He wasn't keen on the sweet potato, but it was still a lot of fun. Here's a cute little shot of his first solids. P.S. Keep a look out on my YouTube channel for the vlog on this. ;)

Jaxon’s first time trying solid food

Today was a big day for us. It was the day we introduced Jax to solid food. He’s been desperate to grab our food for weeks now and…

A quaint little English village called Childrey

A quaint little English village called Childrey

Here’s a photo I took in the cute little vollage of Childrey, which is close to where my parents live.