Photographer's Note

Another Composition of a beautiful double rainbow over Ballintoy Harbour on the north coast of Northern Ireland.

Ballintoy harbour was built in the eighteenth century by a trickster of the name 'Graceless' Stewart to allow the shipping of cheap coal to Dublin. In recent years the harbour has been upgraded and is very popular with fishermen and deep sea divers alike.

There is a little limestone built cafe (just under the rainbow)at the harbour and nearby a footpath along which you can walk around the headland to Whitepark Bay. In the harbour there is an old lime kiln which you can drive/walk up onto and eat you picnic.

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