Tee and Toast

Taken at St Georges Market

Madame Oui and I had fun all day today, and I was pleased with several photos I shot throughout the day. This isn’t the most artistic (that probably goes to this one), but it is the one that represented the highlight of the day — chatting with the owner of Tee and Toast, with their wonderful and charming designs incorporating familiar items and local icons. Claire’s great — say hi next time you’re round at St George’s Market, Belfast.

Mr Ulster likes Mister Tee-rific

And in a rare example of the photographer being photographed, Claire tested out my magnetic fish-eye lens on my iPhone:

The photographer gets photographed
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I am a peace journalist, because I believe in transforming conflict-driven narratives. I am editor of Shared Future News, which reports on peacebuilding in Northern Ireland. I am a co-founder and editor of FactCheckNI, Northern Ireland’s first fact-checking service, which works improve civic discourse. I also support the conflict resolution work of the Forum for Cities in Transition in Belfast.

My interests include Northern Ireland, peacebuilding, photography, and politics. You can also read my work at Northern Slant and Slugger O’Toole and learn more about me at Mr Ulster.