His father’s son. It’s amazing how the looks and traits of someone can be passed through the gene’s, alongside skills taught and discovered, making us who we are on this excellent adventure we call life. Connall and dad, Terry (South Belfast) At Victoria Square, Belfast. photography: Stephen S T Bradley, for Bout Yeh Share YOUR STORY! What makes you happy | What makes you sad | What’s on your mind Say Hi! 0 Comments Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Submit Comment More stories below about humans of Belfast AllApr 2017April 2018Aug 2017Dec 2016Dec 2017Feb 2017Feb 2018Jan 2017Jan 2018July 2017June 2017June 2018Mar 2017Mar 2018May 2017Nov 2017Oct 2017Sept 2017 A creative eye If you build it, they will come I’d like to teach people Help people communicate Running to control the crazy Making A Wish Come True Lived all around the world It’s good for the mind You will hear me laughing Carpe Diem Run up that mountain Northern Ireland from a different perspective Living in a big city All hypnosis is self hypnosis I want to be a film maker Security guard with a difference Serious actor Lipstick and Cocaine Rowing on the Lagan Whats cooking Uncle Billy Hiking was the start of it all. Gleno lovers Helping make a difference. Coming home. Beauty in nature. Belfast Pride 2017 Hitting the trails. Jamies art. I turned my life around. I want to live in Barcelona. I’m the guy with the pink megaphone. Very creative family. We’re loving life. I love Belfast. Mandolin Girl and Frisbee Dad. Global Bubble Parade. The Sydney lifestyle is more chilled. Why live anywhere else! I’m a snagger. Everything makes me happy. Shades of emotion. His father’s son. Auditioned for Mickybo and Me Football. My dog. Snooker. Happy taking the kids out. Best mates. I skateboard all the time. Just an every day guy. Downsizing. Mother daughter bonding. Parkour training. Be nice. Be happy. Its all about the kids. Sharon and Dot, co-grannies. Up for a wee weekend away. My husband’s a survivor. Anxiety is the misuse of imagination. You looking at me! Dancing on the ceiling. Stop Trump. Karma can bite you. An oasis. Clearing my head. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Everyone is the same. Close to our mums. Learn every day. Songbird. Headscarf girl. Last walk together. Feeding swans. Beautiful red hair. Fishing for pike. A Hoover makes me happy. Young love at The Waterworks. Aussie busker. Finest salami. Happy Dutchman. Christmas quiz mistress. Kangaroo burgers. Waiting on the women. Henrique. Taking a break. Waiting for Santa. Everything is on repeat. Girls just wanna have fun. Never look back and regret. Moonwalker. Work AND Play. Rugger choristers. Leadership skills. Waffle girls. I used to be shy. Hoping for the best. The fighting Turks. More than we seem. The answers are here. I photograph. I don’t remember volunteering! Live in the moment. Hotclub. Sarah Harding.