and let be
Atlantic Ocean cliffs Ireland nature photography the Burren
Oh my goodness, what harsh splendour!
Katalina, that was exactly the words I couldn’t find. Thank you! It is one of my favorite spots to go and just sit and be…. Once a pond of dolphins passed by the second I opened my eyes after resting on the cliffs.. it’s magical 🙂
Primeval – the surf pounding the rocks over and over….
Very well said! It’s some spot for ‘letting be’
Cliffs of Mohair?
Close, but no, they are about 10 k further south.
WOW — What a photograph. It’s like being at the End of the Earth! Thank you for posting this magical pic.
Thank you. It’s special place for sure. Probably my favorite spot around here…
It is indeed, I’m a lucky bastard to live so close to this…
Gorgeous! I miss them…
Kristen, how wonderful to hear from you! How are you? Will you be coming back anytime soon? 🙂
I’m thinking next year… I hope I’ll see you then 🙂 Meanwhile, all’s well here – enjoying a wonderfully cozy rainy day in a very green spring full of tea and writing and herbs and an occasional trip to the coast. Always so lovely to see your updates, and your photos from IRL!
Sounds wonderful with next year, definitely let me know and we’ll go for coffee. Sounds like we had a similar cozy rainy day (evening) yesterday, although I tried to write and nothing wanted to come through, so I suppose it needs a bit more time in the unconscious 😉
Stunningly beautiful and a bit frightening…
It’s quite raw alright and at the same time this place has a poetic sense to it too…
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