"Storm Approaching Cliffs of Moher" ~ Dark clouds and rain showers approach the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, Ireland. Moments later this storm was directly above, pouring rain and cutting the visibility to nearly nil. O’Brien’s Tower on the right was built by Cornelius O’Brien as an observation tower way back in 1835 and was recently restored. The cliffs have since been given the prestigious recognition as a Global Geopark by the United Nations (UNESCO). The cliffs are as tall as 702’ (214m), stretching over 5 miles (8km).
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