This is a clichéd photograph of the Cliffs of Moher looking south towards Hag’s Head. The Tower at Hag’s Head stands on the location of former fortification known as Moher, hence the name Cliffs of Moher.

The Moher Tower which you see today at Hag’s Head was built as a watch tower during the Napoleonic War and is one of many that were constructed along the West Coast of Ireland.

What I loved the most about this photograph is the Emerald Green color of the Sea as it bashed against the Cliff Walls. The weather was pretty insane and keeping the Camera steady as I took this was quite the challenge.