This photograph was taken looking over the edge at the Cliffs Of Moher looking down from roughly 200m (656ft) up. There was a small ledge which allowed me to safely crawl and peer over and take this.

The power of the Atlantic Ocean waves hitting the cliff face sounded unreal and with waves like that you can see why the cliffs are experiencing higher erosion than normal, and with global warming this can only get worse.

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