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View from the north coast

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Martin Mc Kenna
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« on: October 29, 2010, 04:40:51 pm »

Thanks for the comments everyone!, lol yes we took some stupid risks to get images on those cliffs, if anyone knows the area like Brian does then you can appreciate how high and extremely dangerous the cliffs around Dunluce Castle really are, it got our adrenalin pumping that's for sure, luckily it was calm and we tested each bit of ground slowly and carefully before venturing out, it wasn't brave but it wasn't smart either lol - but we wouldn't have done it if there was a chance of sliding off, that would certainly be instant death I would imagine!, we don't like barriers or restrictions and will do what it takes to get an image  Smiley

Paul, some day we are going to get an anvil over there at night with c-gs - can't wait.  Smiley

Jonathan, yes we never forgot that night, in fact Conor and I were talking about that when we pulled up saying remember the night here with Jonathan, we saw an aurora and stunning Milky Way over the sea, that truly was a dark night and great adventure!
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