The weather had finally started to break and the sun broke through the rain for a few hours in the afternoon. It is a remarkable location greatly updated and improved since my last visit twenty years previous.
The rope bridge to ‘Carrick-a-Rede’ island covers a 30-metre deep and 20-metre wide chasm and was traditionally erected by salmon fishermen who used the island to lower their salmon fishing boats.
It is a stunning coastal vantage point with 360 degree view of North Antrim. Hundreds of visitors cross the bridge each day during the summer months and taking a camera is highly recommended.
The bridge is limited to 6-8 people at any one time so I was able to capture a rare image of the bridge without people crossing.
You can view more of the images from the 48 hour photo challenge in the Landscape category.