The whole reason Aaron and I traveled to the far north of Northern Ireland was so we could see The Causeway—a super-cool, wonder caused from volcanos and other cool science stuff. We saw some photos and made sure we added it to our list of places to see. I’m so glad we did! It was one of the most beautiful places. It was unbelievably windy and a bit cold, but it was a wonderful day trip! This first one is my favorite from the series and it is just so majestic!
Enjoy these photos because they are the last that I have to share.I put some of them in an online photo gallery for purchase if anyone is interested. Just e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about purchasing a print or a canvas of any of these Ireland photographs.
LOVE THIS!!A trip to Dublin isn’t complete without visiting The Guinness Museum. It’s a really well-done museum and Guinness has some of the most amazing marketing, so that was really fun to see. A view of the Guinness Factory at St. James Gates. The only Celtic Cross I photographed. This one was located at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
This is a bell tower at Trinity College in Dublin. St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Another cathedral in Dublin. I honestly forgot to write down which one it was… oops. The Liffey River in Dublin. Thank you all for viewing my Ireland travel photographs. Again, this was my first time to attempt scenery/landscape photography. I really enjoyed looking back on all of the photos from my trip and preparing them to present to my blog viewers. I can’t wait for our next trip…. but where will it be…. who knows yet.