It was very cold and very, very windy but it was well worth the minor frost bite to take in this scenery. The sun never made it to brighten up the cliffs in the photo above, but looking in the opposite direction had brilliant lights and shadows.
Here are some tourists looking over the edge at the rocks 700 feet below. Reminded me a bit of looking over Horseshoe Bend in Page.
How about this self portrait? I've got Judy's beret pulled down over my head and I couldn't see the image in the camera to tell if we were in the photo. Do we look as cold as we felt?
From there we visited the ancient Corcomrow Abbey, the small fishing villages of Doolin and Kinvara and then made our way around Galway Bay before taking the M7 back to Dublin. A long but very worthwhile day. We got to see a lot of the beautiful countryside and farmland and the spectacular Atlantic coast line. Those of you who have been there can vouch for that.