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Belfast by RadoJavor Belfast by RadoJavor
The hallowen evening in Northern Ireland. This picture captures my memories and feelings of Belfast. Of course I am too young to see the worst years of civil disorder, so the burning vehicle is inspired from the photos. But everything else, especially the weather is exactly such as I remember.. Hope you like it, even when its rather depresive picture.
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Frizzx Featured By Owner May 7, 2011
omigosh, i actually live in belfast!
KriptroniK Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2011  Student
i was searching you for a long time! The first time I saw this picture, i just fall in love with it! beautiful ambience, lighting and fire, man, i love that fire!
PaganiZondaFroadster Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011  Hobbyist Interface Designer
your art is FANTASTIC!
I love the dark feel!
so mysterious and scary!!!!
simpleoOgirl Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2011
your art is insanely good
RadziuPL Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
ooh beautiful
cristinaw Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2010
although the picture is quite depressive but i do enjoy ur drawing style. so details so many things i can look for in ur picture!
diversdream Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2010
did u serve in NI ?
my dad was SAS (Aust) and did 2 attachments with SAS (UK) including one of 8 months in NI.
his records are sealed in aust til 2050 so i don't know much more then that.

great bit of art
while i am not a fan of some incidents such as 'Bloody Sunday' - i also think that the average sod stuck in that role did the best they could much as they are now doing in the current roles they are serving in.

my dad had a old SAS Saying he always used to use when people asked him about Ireland which i cant use here but in short it involved the bullet and the ballot box and if you were there then i am sure you know what i am hinting at.

the final bit of ironic insanity is this
my family came from Ireland and Scotland originally (emigrated to work horse teams and bullock teams in Victoria and also NSW and South Australia during the 1800s), while researching my family history recently i discovered that not only did we have Family members involved in the 1916 Uprising at the GPO and the Hall of Surgeons, we also had some known to be involved with Michael Collins in the events after the Easter Uprising.
one of them so the Family 'legend' has it left Belfast and 'arrived' in Aussie in 1922 and if you know your Irish History you can guess why!!

stephen aussie.
RadoJavor Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014  Professional General Artist
I was just visitor there and affected me somehow.  you got a really interesting heritage. 
SuperSmurgger Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Nero-Clau Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2010
Fantastic picture!
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