As far as you can see is as flat as can be, and this no one who looks at this photograph can deny, with water always finding its level, and the mountains in the distant being 10-20 miles away, then where is the curve?
Once more I bring forth the beautiful colours of autumn, and as a bonus, the movement and flight of birds—once more taken with my Sony Carl Zeiss camera which captures movement amazingly as you can see, so this photograph captures the beauty of autumn, flight, and movement.
Dancing emotions almost run dry,
Wide awake as the first train passes with diesel engine roaring its good morning
Taken from the top floor of the Royal Victoria Hospital, West Belfast, Belfast City, Northern Ireland, as you can see the view is amazing right across the Lower Falls Road, out to the New Lodge flats on the top left, and right down to Belfast Harbour on the top right, and even showing the Rathcoole flats behind Divis flats.
Those who have read my other stories and seen the photographs that go along with them, will have seen some of these photographs before, but they are included in this story because this is the amazing story of the Greylag Geese of the Lower Shankill Estate, Shankill Road, Belfast City, Northern Ireland.