Belvoir Park Forest

 Belvoir Park Forest in Belfast

Belvoir Park Forest is just over 4 miles from Belfast City Centre. There is a working forest along the banks of the River Lagan. The Hill family originally owned the estate. Their house sat on the spot where the car park is today. There is a 12th-century Norman motte a short distance from the car park.

View from the Medieval Cemetery at Belvoir Park Forest, Belfast, Northern Ireland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art infrared photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
View from the Medieval Cemetery at Belvoir Park Forest
Passage Grave at Belvoir Park Forest, Belfast, Northern Ireland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art infrared photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
Passage Grave at Belvoir Park Forest, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Gravesite Tree at Belvoir Park Forest, Belfast, Northern Ireland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art infrared photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
Gravesite Tree at Belvoir Park Forest, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Bridge over troubled water at Belvoir Park Forest, Belfast, Northern Ireland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art infrared photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
Bridge over troubled water at Belvoir Park Forest, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Belvoir Park Forest in Infrared, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Belvoir Park Forest in Infrared, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Belvoir Park Forest, Belfast, Northern Ireland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art infrared photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
Belvoir Park Forest, Belfast, Northern Ireland

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