From the ruins in Portstewart we drive to White Park Bay Harbour in Ballintoy where men unload their fishingvessel.
Nets filled with lobster, crab, scallops, salmon, cod, haddock, plaice, whiting, sole and prawns ready to be sent to Ballintoy’s finest fish mongers.
A place so picturestic with colours of green, white and blue.
The old architecture of the villages and the rockformations combined with the ocean’s texture is something I couldn’t stop staring at.
After all those years of living in cities, I call nature my home and I’m amazed by the sea. ‘On the side she will be, is the sea.’
Formed by an ancient volcanic fissure eruption more than sixty million years ago, is the ‘honeycomb’ of the Antrim Coast.
The Giant’s Causeway is an area of about fourty thousand interlocking basalt columns, covered with largely hexagonal pillars that stick up at various heights and is now named as the fourth greatest natural wonder in the United Kingdom.