Photographer's Note

Hello everybody!
This is quite old photograph, taken on one sunny august 2006 afternoon. We took a dart from Dublin to Malahide and walked all the way down to Portmarnock. On low tides it is a great coast walk especialy when sunny and warm.
The rock formation behind this walking woman is called Ireland's Eye, it's is a small uninhabited island off the coast of County Dublin, Ireland, situated directly north of Howth Harbour but you basicly see its south face. A large variety of seabirds nest on this tiny island, including thousands of guillemots, razorbills, fulmars and gulls. Ireland's fifth gannet colony became established on the Stack in the 1980s. Unfortunately i have never ever seen any gannet in this area:(
Hope you'll like this view.

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