The 12-mile Lagan Towpath connecting Stranmillis, Belfast with Sprucefield, Lisburn qualifies as the most popular public pathway in Northern Ireland. It takes the walker along the river and canal system through a variety of wetland, riverside meadows and mixed woodland from Belfast to Lisburn. Home to a variety of wildlife, the canal system dates back to the late 18th century and many features still give an insight into the majestic era of the lighter.
This area is normally marshy and boggy if it's wet or a massive expanse of grass if it's dry. It felt like another world in these conditions!! Like something you would see in Norway or Russia, not Belfast!!
The sun was coming up and the light was becoming magical on the ice