maandag 4 augustus 2014


Of course as a tourist you may not mis the cliffs of Moher, one of the most interesting parts of the Irish west coast. 

On the way along the cliffs we encountered this lady Tina Mulrooney , playing the harp and singing with a remarkable clear voice Memories of Ireland. It was worth to listen too. I must admit that later on I bought a cd from her as a reminder of our trip here.

Of course there are always people who didn't saw the sign above.

12 opmerkingen:

  1. I don't need a sign to remind me to stay away from cliffs!
    Absolutely beautiful scenery!!!

  2. Your photos make me want to maiden name is Irish.
    I was concerned looking at this who ventured down the grassy slopes, I's rather be safe.
    Playing Tina's CD must bring back wonderful memories.

  3. Those slopes are gorgeous. The green is very intense and inviting.

    Mersad Donko Photography

  4. Wonderful place! Its been many, many years since I was last there - I saw puffins if I remember correctly - are they still there?

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

    1. Yes there are puffins but i didn't get them good enough in the picture to show them.

  5. Awesome pictures of a beautiful site and amazing geology.. I admit I have a fear of heights and tend to be extremely cautious - even walking across the GWB gives me the willies. "One false move and you're dead" does not tempt me...

  6. It's like the people in that last photo had a collective death wish. Here, honey. Take picture of me noooowwwwww. . . .

  7. Really awesome cliff.
    Adventurous life, but sometimes it may be the last adventure.

  8. Glad to see she was wearing something warm in the video. The last photo...fools.

  9. Oh ik kan me zo verbazen over die mensen..