There are plenty of landmarks to photograph along the Causeway Coastal Route. Whilst the iconic Giant’s Causeway, Mussenden Temple or Dunluce Castle bring the wow factor (especially at sunset), the drive along the coast also allows for stand-out photo opportunities. For more awe-inspiring scenery, travel to Glenariff, the Queen of the Glens, one of the nine Antrim Glens in Northern Ireland. Glenariff Forest Park is full of natural beauty, covering over 1,000 hectares with planted woodland, lakes and conservation areas.

Ulster’s most scenic spots where you’ll want to take pictures

As a land of rugged coastlines, awe-inspiring landscapes and iconic city views, with people who have a big-hearted spirit, Northern Ireland is a photographer’s dream.

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From visitor attractions known around the world to quiet corners of outstanding natural beauty, Northern Ireland provides beautiful backdrops for your Insta-worthy shots.

This week’s World Photography Day (Wednesday August 19) encouraged us to get out and enjoy our surroundings, with Discover Northern Ireland sharing some magnificent locations for a stand-out photograph and encouraging people to share their creations using #MyGiantAdventure.

World Photography Day is a celebration of the art of photography with people encouraged to take advantage of the stunning scenes on their doorstep. You don’t need an epic trek to find picture-perfect places to visit during the year of the staycation.

Discover Northern Ireland are also sharing your inspiring Giant Adventure social snaps on the discovernorthernireland.com website or social channels if you use #MyGiantAdventure.

Here are just some of the outstanding scenic shots shared by Discover NI.

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