Sunset At White Rocks Beach
The beach, situated just off the Causeway Coastal Route, enjoys a stunning natural coastal location, with the limestone cliffs of the White Rocks stretching from Curran Strand to Dunluce Castl
The Lime Tree Walk
Lime Tree Walk takes you along the avenue of pollarded lime trees under-planted by snowdrops and spring flowers
Bluebells in bloom in Clare Glen,in Co-Armagh.
Sunrise At Derryhale
Beautiful winter morning,as the rising sun give me some beautiful warm light on the trees.
The Dark Hedges
This beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century. It was intended as a compelling landscape feature to impress visitors as they approached the entrance to their Georgian mansion, Gracehill House. Two centuries later, the trees remain a magnificent sight and have become one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland
Summer evening at the dark hedges. Ever since the Game of Thrones was filmed from here,it is not easy to get no cars/people in the frame.....
One of my personal favourites from the bluebell wood.
Dawn at Fanad.
Camped here all nigh to get this shot.
This remarkable piece of engineering was constructed in the late 19th century to carry the railway that once linked Armagh to Keady and Castleblaney. It consists of 11 arches standing more than 21 meter (70 feet) high, together spanning over 174 meter (570 feet). The Callan river runs underneath it in this picturesque part of County - Armagh.
Tassagh Beetling Mill
To the west of the viaduct is a derelict three-storey beetling mill . An archway at ground level near the east end may indicate the former presence of a waterwheel but there are no other indications as to the power source of the mill.
Castlewellan Peace Maze
The world's second largest permanent hedge maze was designed to commemorate the peace and reconciliation efforts of Northern Ireland in the past century.
Castlewellan Forest Park.
Never knew about this place,and only came across it by chance. Surly the "hidden treasure" of the whole forest park....
Killowen is located on the northeast shore of the Carlingford Lough inlet that is set into Ireland's northeast coastline. It offers an anchorage and a place to pick up moorings off a small village plus the facilities of a local yacht club.
Sunrise at Cushendun
Cushendun is a small coastal village in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is situated off the A2 coast road about 20 kilometres to the south east of Ballycastle. It has a sheltered harbour and lies at the mouth of the River Dun and Glendun, one of the nine Glens of Antrim.
Copyright © 2015 Leslie Hanthorne, Mourne Mountain Photography, Portadown, Northern Ireland