Cliffs Of Moher

Luckily, I finally got some good walking weather. I set out from Hag’s Head near Liscannor this morning and hiked north along the coast on the Cliffs of Moher. There was serious mud, and serious wind, a bit of rain, and a charging cow, but mostly it was lovely, and I’m very grateful for that. Here are some photos for your enjoyment. There is a lot of very cool geology here!

Live all you can. It’s a mistake not to.

7 thoughts on “Cliffs Of Moher”

    1. Yes, it was a cow; I wouldn’t have gone anywhere near a bull. And she did it just after I said, “Hi there, cow.” What the heck! And yes, it is very beautiful.


  1. Hi–I didn’t see a place to comment on your next post so am going back. Anyway, I love all your photos, of both the scenery and the ancient ruins. Maybe you’ll be inspired to try Sister Fidelma and medieval Eireann again. But take care da feet.


    1. Yes, I bet I’ll want to hang with Sister F after having visited her homeland. I’m so glad you’re enjoying the photos. As for a missing comment section, it should be fixed now (add that to my gripes about WordPress). Gonna rub my feet again just now , , ,


  2. I’ve been trying to find the right adjective for your photos (and the scenery). Spectacular just doesn’t cut it. So, new word, ‘stupentacularful!!’ 3 word combo. Also, it’s fun to go on Google Maps to see where you are traveling.


    1. Thank you so much for creating a new word for me! The coolest response to my posts is that readers look closer at the world, so your comment makes me very, very happy.


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