Former director of the Northern Ireland Tourist Board Ian Hill and Sunday Times photographer Alain le Garsmeur capture the beauty of Strangford Lough, its picturesque villages, rare wildlife and breathtaking views of the Mourne Mountains.
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Strangford Lough, with its picturesque villages, rare wildlife, and breathtaking views of the Mourne Mountains, is an area of outstanding natural beauty and a hugely popular attraction for visitors from all over the world.
Here, more than 120 full-color photographs capture the beauty of the lough and its surrounding areas as it changes from season to season, from the arrival of the Brent geese in the autumn to the hundreds of sailing boats that take to the water in the warm summer months.
With text by former director of the Northern Ireland Tourist Board Ian Hill and photographs by Sunday Times photographer Alain le Garsmeur, capturing scenes featuring Castle Ward House, Quarterland Bay, Dunnyneil Island and more, these stunning photographs tell the fascinating story of Strangford Lough, its history as a natural habitat and its irresistible draw.
- Format: Hardback
- Published On: 01 September 2007
- Publisher: Blackstaff Press
- ISBN / EAN: 9780856408052
- Page Count: 144
- Dimensions: 9.85 in x 10.65 in x 0.70 in