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The Giant's Causeway

As I mentioned in my last post, my family and I went to the Giant’s Causeway with our tour group back in 2011.  As was the case at Dunluce Castle, the views of Antrim’s rugged coastline were spectacular, though because of the Causeway’s nature, we were able to get a lot closer to the water’s edge. 845 more words


Assignment 01

Assignment 01: How Things Take Form

  • Find 2-3 precedents of a casting or formation technique that interests you. (This does not necessarily have to be concrete)
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Footsteps of Giants :: U.K.

“Sometimes even to live is an act of courage.” -Lucius Annaeus Seneca

There are a lot of stumbling blocks in our lives, reasons we feel fear, or sadness, or anger…but it is also within our power to choose life.   284 more words

Landscape Photography


So following my first ever set of night shifts I was given four days off in a row. With no plans, I decided to jet off to Northern Ireland with my sister to visit Belfast. 1,014 more words


The Giant's Causeway - Plan for It!

No matter if you are a travel photographer or an enthusiast tourist, nobody is happy to go back home with just a bunch of dull pictures. 1,016 more words


The Giants Causeway - Ireland

Recently I went to visit the Giants Causeway on the northern coast of Ireland, I had never been before and it really was amazing!

The Giants Causeway is famous for the hexagon shaped rocks created by volcanic eruptions meeting the cold sea, there is nothing else like it. 167 more words


The Giant's Causeway.

The Giant’s Causeway and the National Trust – pandering to prejudice.

( The Loch Ness Monster – a pre-quel )

You may have seen on the news that the National Trust is having to justify including the ‘young earth’ creationist view of the origin of the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland, in its display in the new visitor centre. 764 more words

Richard Kefford