Don't Go Chasing Waterfalls

It has finally come to an end. For those who don't know, I have been enjoying a two week holiday at home in the lovely Northern Ireland. During this time my plan was to take as many photos as possible, and although the weather can be quite changeable in this part of the world I thankfully had quite a number of days of glorious sunshine that made it a joy to be out and about with my camera (as you may have saw from my post last week).

For the two weeks my plan was to try and capture as much of the Antrim are as possible, which of course lead me to the Antrim coast. Over the coming days I plan to share all of the photos I took and hopefully give you a glimpse of the beauty that can be found in this little country. I also plan to finish it all off with a finale that has been one of my favourite shoots since getting my camera, and I can't wait to share it with you.

Now that I've got that out of the way it's time to get on with the first post. Glenariff Forest park, it's a rather sizable forest just outside Cargan that actually opened 80 years ago and is somewhere I've been looking to go for quite a while now. If you like forest walks and waterfalls then this is the place for you. They are also in the process of building a new caravan and camping site which will be finished in the near future, just in case that interests you.

Guest appearance: for the first time I let my parents come with me on a photo walk, so be on the look out for two awesome parents. Also if you plan on getting up close and personal with the waterfalls, be sure to tread carefully as many of the rocks can be quite slippy - I had a few near misses myself.