Place Of Pride

An owner, with Ireland’s Saturday Night (which ceased publication in 2008) tucked in his coat pocket, shows off his greyhound.
The words of the poem read
“In the east of the city, isolated alone, is a dear little place we like to call home.
Old strengthened by new, the homes and the streets, looking out for each other, a broad smile when they meet
The once terraced streets, some narrow, some wide, behind so many faces a story there lies
In the east of the city by the lagan’s fair side, looking back at its history our hearts fill with pride.”
Next to No More in Edgar Street, Short Strand
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Copyright © 2013 Extramural Activity
Camera Settings: f2.9, 1/80, ISO 80, full size 1503 x 2048

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