Glenarm Forest Park is an 800-acre (3.2 km2) nature preserve once part of the demesne of Glenarm Castle, but now in public and maintained by the Ulster Wildlife Trust. Glenarm forest is small, but has a wide variety of tree species growing under excellent conditions. Species such as oak, ash, beech, sycamore, Japanese larch, Sitka spruce and many others compete for survival. On the forest floor plants such as bluebells, primroses, dog's mercury and ground ivy can all be found. The Glenarm river runs on a straight course down the centre of the glen to join the sea at Glenarm village.
Having walked out as far as the Forest Park takes you away from the village, upon the turn back towards the sea I noticed this rather loverly rainbow. So it got snapped. Yes. Yes it did
To the left is where the river runs through the valley into the sea