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La Chaussée des Géants (Giant's Causeway)

Il y a 40 millions d’années un géant Irlandais nommé Finn Mac Cumaill a décidé d’aller casser la figure au géant Ecossais, un certain Benandonner qui se moquait de lui constamment. 404 more words

Olympus OM-D E-M5

Clochán na bhFomhórach

A stormy sky of blue

No, not blue but grey

A silver thread above

Each broiling fluid cloud


Waves crash along the shore

Beating breaking hard… 10 more words


The Giants Crossing (Paddling a surfboard between The Giants Causeway Northern Ireland and Scottish island of Islay)

The Giants Crossing 2012.

Al Mennie

I have a habit of doing things that at a later date I look back upon and my first thought is “Where did I go in my head to pull that off”. 1,843 more words


Nature's Way

The Giant’s Causeway. I’d heard of it all my life, before I learned it was world-renowned. I’m fairly skeptical about the wonders of the world. Sometimes they are over-rated, and sometimes simply over-run by tourists. 218 more words


‘AOS’ Audio Postcards / Sound Cards available in North Down Bangor Tower House

The North Down Bangor Tower house serves as a tourist information centre for BangorCounty Down and Northern Ireland. The 17th Century tower and adjoining house is located along the seafront in Bangor, County Down.  304 more words

Field Recording

The Giant’s Causeway: the science and the myths. (Part 2)

The Giant’s Causeway has an irresistible vibe created by strong ocean wind, crushing waves and unusual rock formations that awaken a visitor’s imagination. No wonder its wild beauty became an inspiration for local folklore. 299 more words


First Week of November: Awesome Every Day!

Two weeks ago – the first week of November – was a good one. No, sorry. It was an awesome one.


On George Boole Day, my foster university, UCC, … 864 more words