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Below are some pictures of the area, mostly taken by my wife Kate.
You might also like to take a look at the excellent Geograph project to record photographs of every inch of Ireland and Great Britain.

Binevenagh Summit The majestic Binevenagh Mountain dominates the landscape at Bellarena and also dominates this page of images. This one, I assume taken by a member of the local gliding club, gives a glimpse of the lake on the mountaian top. The summit is accessible by car and on foot.
Mussenden Temple is one of Northern Ireland's iconic images. This photograph is taken from the beach at Downhill, which is at the western end of Ireland's longest beach. Mussendon Temple from Downhill
New Train at Downhill Northern Ireland Rail recently introduced new CK3 trains on the route. This photo at downhill was used on the cover of the railway timetable and is shown courtesy of the Translink Website.
Binevenagh features a lot in this gallery, but I hope you will enjoy the shots. At times the mountain seems to change by the minute as different light shines on it. Evening sunlight on Binevenagh
Binevenagh A different view of Binevenagh, taken from further east and showing one of the local parish churches in the middle distance.
This is the view of Downhill Beach from Mussendon Temple. Greencastle on the Inishowen peninsula is in the distance to the right. Downhill Beach
Waves crashing at Causeway The waves don't always crash onto the Giant's Causeway like this, but it is worth a visit in all weathers.
And while there why not take a spin on the restored Steam Narrow Gauge Railway. Causeway Train
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