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Tuesday, 29 September 2015

More Giant's Causeway

 Sharing some more of my photos from the Giant's Causeway.  They were all taken on the same day - the weather changes quickly from one moment to the next here in N. Ireland!



The rock colour changes and varies with tide marks and the light - sometimes it even looks like honeycomb!



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Thanks for your visit and comments and hope you can follow along!
More from the Causeway on Thursday!



15 comments:

  1. I've never heard of this place - fascinating!
    These are natural formations?

    Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/09/shake-those-tail-feathers.html

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  2. Hello, the rock formations are so cool. It is such an interesting place to visit! Great photos, have a happy day!

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  3. Wow, truly an interesting place to visit.

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  4. These are great images! I especially like the third one. Very dramatic in b&w.

    Just a bit of suggestion: You might want to choose a larger size for your images in your blog post. That way when the reader clicks on the image, it is even bigger and can be seen better. Blogger gives you several to choose from when creating the post.

    Visiting from Roses of Inspiration blog hop.

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  5. I have always wanted to see this place! So cool!

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  6. Love to see pictures of this place. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. all these stones are amazing. i have never seen anything like them. thanks for stopping by my blog today...

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  8. Hi Christine, wow, the stone formations are amazing! And I love the beautiful blue water and sky. Your images are wonderful! Thanks for stopping by my blog and becoming a follower, I am always happy to make new blog friends! I'm now following you, too. Enjoy the rest of your week! ~Cheryl

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  9. What a fascinating place! I really enjoyed your photos. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. What wonderful photos! Ever since I heard of this place, I've wanted to see it. Thanks for sharing.

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