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Saturday 25 October 2014

Readers' favourite Ulster beauty spots 2014

A collection of awesome images capturing the magic and beauty of the Ulster landscape taken by belfasttelegraph.co.uk readers.

This firey red sky was taken at my house in Derryboy. Picture by  Scarlett Clarke. Sept 2014
This firey red sky was taken from my house in Derryboy. Picture by Scarlett Clarke. Sept 2014
About the picture - it was a day of sunshine and showers, clearly seen on the horizon. When and where - On the way back to Belfast City Airport after a wedding in Carlingford in July. Submitted by Annmarie Meredith, living in London
About the picture - it was a day of sunshine and showers, clearly seen on the horizon. When and where - On the way back to Belfast City Airport after a wedding in Carlingford in July. Submitted by Annmarie Meredith, living in London
Binevenagh Mountain. By John Hartin, from Limavady
Binevenagh Mountain. By John Hartin, from Limavady

Do you like the photographs above? Please leave your comments and suggestions in the comments below.

Send us your photographs

Do you have some photographs of your favourite beauty spots from Dundrum to Donegal and Carrick to Downpatrick? Have you captured an image you would like to share with Belfast Telegraph readers? .

It is easy to do. Simply email your pictures to us at: digital.editorial  and include:

  • Your name
     
  • The area you live in
     
  • A little about the picture
     
  • Where and when the picture was taken.

Send us your photos email: digital.editorial@belfasttelegraph.co.uk and we will include them in this gallery. You can also send us your photos on Twitter @beltel.

 

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