|View from the Giant's Causeway visitor centre west |
along the coast.
|Aerial view of the Giant's Causeway from |
the Coastal Path - the Causeway was formed
millions of year ago during a volcanic eruption
and the unusual form of basalt columns was
created due the slow cooling of the lava.
|The huge basalt columns have a gap in them |
to the left where you see the
path = "The Giant's Gate"
|This is "The Chimney"!|
|This is the middle Causeway known as |
|At Easter it was good wave weather here |
I captured the back spray - it became
a mini obsession to try to catch this on camera!
What you cannot appreciate here though is the
noise from the waves, it was deafening at times!
|Looking back up the Causeway from the far end|
low down near the Atlantic Ocean.
|Some of the columns near the |
|Patience at sunset is rewarded with |
some lovely photos.
|Here looking out to sea with a bit of The Honeycomb on the right|
|And this was taken from atop |
the main Causeway. The
pinky glow was lovely!