Living in Ireland, I'm sure it couldn't have escaped anybody's notice,
that this weekend is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic.
There has been so much on t.v. and radio about it, and also all the
anniversary commemorations planned for this weekend.
There is a fascination with the Titanic tragedy that doesn't seem to dim.
Built in Belfast, it was the luxury liner of the day,
yet there were so many people on board from all classes of society.
The best suite of rooms on board Titanic cost an amazing £60 000 in today's money.
Last year we visited the Ulster Folk and Transport's 'Titanica' exhibition in Belfast.
This year we are looking forward to visiting the new Titanic exhibition centre,
just adjacent to where RMS Titanic was built in Belfast.
I am not a 'Titanorak', but I did want to make something
'Titanic' related to mark the 100th anniversary.
This is a work in progress, which I began by making the shape of the bow of Titanic.