All these photographs were taken during my guest reporters trip to Northern Ireland, June 2011.
The Causeway Route, is a scenic coastal route from Belfast to Londonderry. It’s filled with natural attractions, castles & sights. Yes, it really is “One of the world’s great road journeys”!
White park bay, along the Causeway route.
Musseden Temple is was once built as a library. On the cliffs of Castle Rock along the Causeway route.
Mussenden Temple on the grounds of Downhill Demesne
Dunsverick Castle, the ruins in a dramatic setting, along the Causeway Route
Dunluce Castle perched on the cliffs along the Causeway Route.
Carrick-a-Rede the fishermans rope bridge
Binevenagh Mountain, a Basalt rock cliff & Lough Foyle seen from Gortemore.
Giants Causway – basalt pillar formations
Londonderry City wall
Londonderry Bogside – Murals with a political message.
Londonderry mural and poems. A message about the ‘Troubles’ in Ireland and the event known as ‘Bloody Sunday’