A few more insights into life in Portadown
Once again here are some examples of the good, the bad and the wonderful. Portadown Photos site
I liked this photo of Portadown's least utilised resource, the River Bann
Taken on a rare bright winter day in Portadown
The road to nowhere?
Only kidding, its the road to Scarva of course.
St. Mark's Church
This was a really misty day in Winter. Unfortunately when I reduced it, the colours all banded a bit and screwed it up.
Jesus is Lord
I liked the really angry sky in this. It seemed appropriate with the Church building for some reason.
The various colours here seem to complement each other.
All u need is love
Found this near the park area. When I tried to highlight the message the photo became a bit washed out. However the message over-rides the picture quality in this case. It's a pity more people didn't agree with the sentiment
Modern architecture does have some asthetic value after all.
Me and my dog
These guys had taken over the bus shelter when I was returning from work.
Rock and Roll outlaws
Here we have some of my friends out for a walk on a Spring afternoon
This old canal stable is about 2 miles from Portadown.
Painted kerbstones are the ever present reminder of the territorial claim.
This is my personal rainbow shining near my home.
On a country path near town
An old canal lockhouse on the track to Newry