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[vc_row][vc_column width='1/2'] [/vc_column][vc_column width='1/2'] Inspiration against cabin fever: Way to the cave Imagine that you're walking along this path… This path below Larrybane Quarry in Northern Ireland leads to a cave at the bottom of the limestone cliffs. Natural caves are fascinating. When you enter a cave, you always have...

The last shot of a mostly grey workshop day shows the rugged cliffs of Malin Head. The motif is a fine example that you can take beautiful photos even in difficult weather conditions....

Although I frequently visit the cliffs of Toe Head I still find new new photo opportunities around here. What a wonderful spot....

Port Moon is located at the Causeway Coast Way near Dunseverick Castle. The bay was once used as a harbour by salmon fishermen....

The Cliffs of Moher are also worth a visit in winter. This photo was taken yesterday at temperatures just above zero degrees Celsius and while a very chilly wind was blowing. But who minds the cold when you get rewarded with such a beautiful view....

Yesterday was cloudy and gray for a long time and I had to be patient to get my photo work done. But perseverance pays off most of the time. When it finally cleared up I was able to photograph the rock formations at Nohoval Cove...

Near the village of Kilkee in West Clare the coastline is dominated by impressive cliffs. Directly in front of the cliffs face individual rocks rise up from the waters - and inspire one's imagination. For example, this sample, called "Bishop's Island", on which the remains...

Overlooking the majestic Kerry Cliffs and Puffin Island from a promontory named Doon Point....

The rugged coastline at Port or An Port. This is probably the most remotest area of County Donegal that I visited so far....

While climbing up the sea cliffs of Slieve League one sunny late summer day I was looking back to the path I had taken so far. Wow, what a fantastic panoramic view! And at this point I had the cliffs themselves still in front of...