Ulster beauty spots 2016 - Belfast Telegraph readers' picture gallery [Photos] January 14 2017 5:01 PM 0 Comments Ulster beauty spots 2016 - Belfast Telegraph readers' picture gallery [Photos] BelfastTelegraph.co.uk View images in full screen by clicking/tapping the magnifying glass icon. Send us your pictures to email@example.com. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/galleries/readers-pictures/ulster-beauty-spots-2016-belfast-telegraph-readers-picture-gallery-photos-35060463.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article35328712.ece/32071/AUTOCROP/h342/Manannan-Mac-Lir.jpg Email Manannan Mac Lir, the Celtic Sea God, looks out from his home on Binevenagh Mountain at sunset on Thursday December 29 2016. Photo by Eoin McConnell This was taken on October 2016 at Murlough reserve. Where the mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea. Submitted by Deborah Anderson from Lisburn Sunrise at Clarendon Dock, Belfast. Picture: Bev Cripps Sunrise at Clarendon Dock, Belfast. Picture: Bev Cripps Belfast Waterworks - taken by Erin Maguire. Oct 2016 Hi, I thought this photograph that I took at Lagan madows taken last Thursday (20-10-16). It was a eautiful afternoon....13c Sunshine - Reflections - Idyllic - Nature at its best!!! - Pauline Greenaway Taken in Stormont Park: no better place for shushing through leaves and getting messy. October 2016. By Kate Lewis Mairs, Belfast. Ritchy Kimmins from Newry. The picture was taken in Kilbroney Park, Rostrevor and it is of the Holm Oak tree. The picture was taken last weekend as this tree is over 200 years old. St Philips and St James church grounds in Holywood. Couldn't help but snap this brushstroke of evening sun. Taken October 2016 by Jen Dickson I took this round the corner from my house in Greyabbey in Co Down on October 19, 2016, at 1.30pm. It was a very blustery day and the sky was doing crazy things! Submitted by Jill Smyth Autumn in Antrim, 2016, submitted by Mairead McCann This is a picture taken by myself on 20/10/16 of the trees in Alexandra Park, Belfast - Gerard McCartan This photo was taken on October 4, 2016 at 7am in Letterkenny. It features Conwal parish church in the town'a beautiful and historic Cathedral quarter. Submitted by Cathal McGlynn A magnificent sunrise over Rathlin Island - Picture submitted by Ian McCullough, Oct 3 2016 . Harvest moon and Penumbral Lunar Eclipse on Friday 16 Sept 2016 at Donaghadee lighthouse. Picture by Bernie Brown Harvest moon and Penumbral Lunar Eclipse on Friday 16 Sept 2016 at Donaghadee lighthouse. Picture by Bernie Brown Mist rolling in over Binevenagh Mountain, Limavady. Picture Submitted by Eoin McConnell. Nov 2015 Hugh McCloy, from Moneymore Co Derry took this picture of Lough Melvin Flangans Point, looking across the lough to the mountains Trevor Denton From Crumlin took this at the harbour in Buncrana. It will probably take more than a lick of paint to get this vessel shipshape again. Nov 2015 Steven Hylands, from Banbridge took this picture of Clare Glen. You can see a herron in the distance waiting patiently to catch any fish swimming down stream! November 2015 A stunning evening in Portstewart. Pic: Alannah Morrow A beautiful August day in Annalong, Co Down. By Paul Briggs from Portadown Victor Anton, from Alpharetta, GA USA, submitted this picture of Shane Castle, Randalstown. Summer 2015 Patrick Hughes captured this stunning shot of Armagh Cathedral Sunrise at Ballymorran Bay, Strangford Lough - Submitted by Glenn Millar June 2015 Legananny Dolmen, Co Down by Carson Harte Wheatear (female) in prime condition to depart shortly for that long flight back to its Winter Grounds in Central Africa By Christine Cassidy, Derry Coast line, Carrack A Rede. Taken during our annual family holiday 2014 - Andy Milford I was driving along the Strangford Lough shore road (on a bird watching trip )two or three miles from Newtownards when I spotted this magical view of hay bales with the lough and Scrabo in the distance. I thought 'isn’t Northern Ireland the most wonderful place to live?'. It was so beautiful and I had to stop and take a photo. By Noeni Bryars, Harmony Hill Lambeg. Locals claim this building in Portbraddan, Co Antrim is the smallest church in Ireland. It was built 1950s as cow byre. Photo by David Fennelly Pans Rocks, Ballycastle Beach by Gordon Douglas Mussendun: Peering west toward Downhill Beach from Mussendun Temple. Submitted by Barry Grayson, Los Angeles, CA. Ballintoy harbour Ballywalter Harbour. Photograph by Tim Gaston Islandhill, Comber. Photograph by Tim Gaston Carrickfergus Castle by Martin Soutar - Carrickfergus Castle 'These photographs were taken during my morning walk on Gibb's Island, Killyleagh, Co Down. It really is a beautiful place' - Pic Laura Skinner Kircubbin harbour. Photo by Tim Gaston The Bangor Maritime festival, June 7. Pic Maureen Ross View images in full screen by clicking/tapping the magnifying glass icon. Send us your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org.