Moher

Our next stop was Cliffs of Moher, another three hours journey (along with a ferry ride in between šŸ˜‰ ). The weather became typically Irish, according to my friend-cum-guide. It was a “soft day” (that means it was drizzling all the time and was very cloudy) I was covered in almost 4 layers of clothes and changing from wide angle lens to telephoto in that weather was no fun. But it was a very lovely place and next time would definitely do that walk over the cliffs, if and when there is a next time.
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