May 6, 2009 - Giant's Causeway and Bushmills, NIR
Sheep make due all over Ireland and NIR.
The ruins of Dunseverick Castle.
Finally at the goal of our day's drive - The Giant's Causeway.
Basalt columns of 5-9 sides protrude from the sea and ground here.
Some are tall.
This absolutely is surreal.
"The Organ," a famous formation here, seen from about 1/2 mile.
A narrow pass in the rocks lets you get to the continuation of the path that goes through the park.
It was so cold and rainy, we declined.
Grass finds a way to grow everywhere here!
The rough seas of the North Atlantic.
I love this one, too!
One last castle on our way back - Dunluce.
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