Friday, 30 May 2014

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS - Antrim Coast

You will all be pleased to know I have only 3 photographs today and all were taken from my ongoing journey that I have been posting about all week when I was heading up the Antrim coast, Northern Ireland, visiting the Giant’s Causeway, Ballintoy Harbour and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and eventually will end on Tory Island.




Tomorrow, I have one more place to visit before I will finally arrive at my accommodation for the night, namely White Park Bay Hostel.

So, if you are brave enough, you can follow me over the very famous National Trust - Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and that will be on Saturday.

I am linking this post with WEEKEND REFLECTIONS.

Thank you for visiting.

Many thanks for all your comments on any of my posts.

26 comments:

  1. Simply exquisite. Again. Thank you.

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  2. Beautiful coastline and scenes.. Have a happy weekend!

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  3. beautiful rocky shores. love the eiders, too.

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  4. Your three shots are all different and very interesting. You are looking forward to a great trip and and it sounds like a good place to stay.

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  5. I want your life! You sure do get to travel a lot:) I love all your birds and trips. In part, everywhere you go....it's GREEN! I love the desert but I do miss all the fun greens everywhere else.

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  6. Your journey was surely wonderful...and to be continue... Beautiful scenery, excellent shots...

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  7. It is not that often that we can see an actual green shore... ^^

    +1 for the originality !

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  8. I lived in Ireland when I was 18. It's good to see those landscapes and birds again !

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  9. You really are a traveler. I Always wanted to, so now I do it through my blog friends.

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  10. So green - I love it!
    The ducks look sleepy :)
    Peace :)

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  11. I would love to visit Ireland! Your photos are wonderful!

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  12. lovely Margaret. What is the yellow stuff on the rock in the last photo?

    Felicia

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  13. That first shot is extra special, I love the tranquil pool.

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  14. HI Felicia Glad you liked the post. The yellow on the Rock is a Lichen called Xamthoria. Thanks for your comment.

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  15. Ireland is so beautiful, lovely colours (though not forty shades of green) and pretty ducks!

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  16. Lovely photos as usually! Have a nice weekend!

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  17. Delicious photos, wonderful reflections and green excellent !

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  18. Beautiful photos. I love the rocky coastline.
    A few of my ancestors were from County Antrim, I hope to visit the area one day.

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  19. That coast is hauntingly beautiful. Thank you for the tour! Can't wait to see that bridge. I can tell you right now that my husband wouldn't cross it. I might.

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  20. These are beautiful scenes.

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  21. I really like eiders - hope to see some soon.

    One of the funny (ish) things about my picture of the OF Scrub-fowl was that a good number of the pictures were messed up by the presence of out of focus Bush Stone-Curlews in the foreground!!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  22. Beautiful landscapes & images, once again!

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  23. So beautiful, the green and blue in sky and sea. Thanks for taking us with you.

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  24. Gorgeous coastline with distinctive sea ducks. A very special light from a very special place - Thanks

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