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The highlight of Saturday’s route or any other walk on the Glenshane Circuit is always the views to the south and west that await you from the highest sections of Mullaghmore. You can see for miles towards Slieve Gallion and the main bulk of the Sperrins but this is my personal favourite. Looking across Craig-Na-shoke to Bohilbreaga and beyond from the slopes of Mullaghmore in County Derry..

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”Glenariff”

Sometimes no words can be found to describe a moment sufficiently so I will leave this post for others to post comments about what Glenariff means to them. This could include poems, songs or even stories. Im looking forward to seeing what you come up with 😊

Prints of this photograph will be available in our shop in the next 24 hours. Our new 2019 calendars are also available. You can find them at the link below. Please feel free to share. Thanks 😊

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”Glenariff”

Sometimes no words can be found to describe a moment sufficiently so I will leave this post for others to post comments about what Glenariff means to them. This could include poems, songs or even stories. Im looking forward to seeing what you come up with 😊

Prints of this photograph will be available in our shop in the next 24 hours. Our new 2019 calendars are also available. You can find them at the link below. Please feel free to share. Thanks 😊

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Here in Northern Ireland it has been a dull and dismal afternoon. The sort of day that some people call dreich and that word even sounds fitting. It is miserable. So I thought I would try and brighten things up with some colour. This shot was taken on one of the best summer days I have ever had walking in County Antrim. We walked from Cushendun to Torr Head via a part of the Coast Road, Green Hill and Carnanmore and we enjoyed every second. This amazing sunset was the icing on the very big cake 😊 Looking from Torr Head To Fair Head and Rathlin Island. Please feel free to share and as always prints are available. Also this shot is the photograph for June in our new calendar. Both are available at the link below. Thanks 😊

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Earlier on today I got a request to share this photograph from someone who lives in the area and it has left me in a good mood because it is an image I had forgotten all about. I love it when that happens 😊 The majestic Fair Head as seen from Rue Point on Rathlin Island. Please feel free to share and as always prints are available. Also our calendars are now out so please get them while you can at the link below. They are my favourite thing to create so I hope those of you who have already purchased them will enjoy the photographs. Thanks 😊

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First of all I would just like to say thanks for all the support you have given us in different ways since we started up again. It really has been overwhelming and the offers that have been made to us are just astounding. So thanks so so much and if we haven't got back to you yet don't worry we will do as soon as we can :-)

Now for a bit of news a lot of you have been waiting on. We are now glad to announce our 2019 calendar. This vibrant set of photos have been put together to show a true representation of a typical year in the life of The Antrim Rambler and we hope you love them as much as we do.

Half of them are from the last 12 months but due to our unimaginable tragedy in March and in wanting to create something that is true to an average year some of the months were filled from the best shots of years gone by. Nine of the 12 are from County Antrim and the rest are from other notable places in our wonderful wee country.

They are priced at £12 and UK postage is £3 or £5 for everywhere else and £1.50 extra postage for each additional copy sent. All calendars will be posted out around November 30th so please get your orders in as soon as possible. When our stock is gone its gone. So thanks for looking and if you have any questions please pm us.

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Peace & Love,

The Antrim Rambler

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The Road Not Taken

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

Robert Frost


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“Stumped”

If there is one landscape photo that describes the impact of this year on my life and how it has affected me it is this one. Time well spent along the Aghadowey River In County Derry in Northern Ireland. ... ....

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