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The Big Fish, Belfast, Northern Ireland

The Big Fish
Belfast County Antrim
by Aidan Monaghan
The Big fish sculpted by John Kindness sits at the bottom of Belfast’s historic High Street where the River Farset (Belfast - ‘Béal Feirste’, meaning the Mouth of the Farset) originally met the River Lagan and formed one of the first docks until the mid 19th century.

The printed ceramic mosaic is 10 metres long and the tiles depict images relating to the history of Belfast. The photograph was taken on a crisp July morning, to the back of frame sits the Albert Clock.

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Aidan Monaghan
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The Big Fish<br />
Belfast County Antrim<br />
by Aidan Monaghan<br />
The Big fish sculpted by John Kindness sits at the bottom of Belfast’s historic High Street where the River Farset  (Belfast - ‘Béal Feirste’, meaning  the Mouth of the Farset)  originally met the River Lagan and formed one of the first docks until the mid 19th century. <br />
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The printed ceramic mosaic is 10 metres long and the tiles depict images relating to the history of Belfast. The photograph was taken on a crisp July morning, to the back of frame sits the Albert Clock.<br />
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irish art prints, irish landscape prints, irish print, irish landscape paintings, landscape photo prints, print landscape photos, landscape art pictures, limited edition prints, irish print, irish art, Irish pictures, irish print, Pictures of Ireland, Photographs of Ireland, Irish landscape photography, Northern Ireland landscape photography.