- Aperture: ƒ/8
- Camera: PENTAX Optio A20
- Focal length: 7.9mm
- ISO: 64
Looking up Belfast Lough from Carrickfergus Castle into Belfast itself. The the outline of the iconic Samson and Goliath cranes on the opposite shore in the Harland & Wolf shipyard.
A few specks for people give you some idea of the size of the Giant’s Causeway. Of course the carpark is on the top of the cliffs as well, so a brisk walk down, and a long trudge back up.
The ruined Dunluce Castle perched precariously on the County Antrim cliffs near Portrush.
Queen Maeve’s Grave seen on on the summit of Knocknarea Mountain from the Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery complex.
After a trip to the Glengowla Mine we became a little “geographically challenged” and ended up driving past this picturesque spot more than the ideal number of times (1)! Eventually we found the turn that we kept missing and escaped.