Wednesday, January 4, 2012

The Antrim Coast

The northern Irish coast is a wild and exciting place, especially in the winter time. This year there has been storm after storm battering the rugged coastline, and these past two weeks have been no exception. It really does take your breath away walking along the cliff walks especially when the wind is gusting up to 70 miles an hour, and the white topped waves are crashing in on the rocks below. Here are a few pictures taken mainly around Port Stewart and Cushendun in the past couple of weeks :

The view from high above Cushendun, the storm clouds almost turned day into night, and then the sun found a way though :  

Port Stewart one windy Sunday morning, the boats were safer OUT of the water : 

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