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  • Bonamargy, Ballycastle – at the foot of Glenshesk

  • Knocklayde from Glentaisie

  • Glenarm Castle Estate

  • Ballycastle – The most northern village of The Glens

  • Cranny Falls, Carnlough – the foot of Glencloy

  • Head of Glenaan with Tievebulliagh

  • Murlough Bay to Fair Head

  • Layde Church in Cushendall

  • Foot of the River Dun – Landing place between Scotland and Ireland since man first settled on the north coast

  • A hint of Autumn – Ballybrack, Glencorp

  • The quaint village of Glenarm

  • The River Dun – Glendun

  • Glenravel bog – a gateway to The Glens

  • Explore The Glens

  • Cushendall – The heart of The Glens

  • Loughareema – the vanishing lake

  • Cushendun – coastal village at the bottom of Glendun

  • Rambling in The Glens

  • Dungonnell Dam, Glenravel – The 10th Glen

  • Fuschia – a favourite flower in The Glens

  • Glenaan Grazing

  • Wilderness of The Glens

  • Head of Glenaan

  • Glenariff – The Queen of the Glens

  • Head of the River Dun

  • Oisín's Grave - Glenaan

    Oisín’s Grave – Glenaan

    Oisín’s Grave – Glenaan

  • Holly Tree in Glencorp

  • Hawthorn – Mayflower in The Glens

  • A Chieftans view of the sea of Moyle and Cushendall

  • Lurig to the Garron Plateau

  • Make hay when the sun shines

  • Gorse – known in The Glens as a Whin bush

  • Red Bay Castle – home to Sorley Boy McDonnell

  • Farming The Glens

  • The Glens Red Squirrel – a rare sight

  • Stone wall – durable field boundary of The Glens

  • A dogs view – Glenballyeamon to Cushendall from Tievebulliagh

  • Tiveragh – the mythical fairy hill in the village of Cushendall

  • Attractive grass verges in The Glens

  • View of Glenballyeamon to Cushendall from Tievebulliagh

    Tievebulliagh – the site of a neolithic axe quarry

  • Cranny Falls in Carnlough

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