Get Back to School with Redbubble – Shop Here! or Win Stuff Here!

Hexagons by Inge Johnsson

Framed Prints

Frame Style:
Frame Color:
Matte Color:
Available to buy on…

Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland, a fantastic geological feature comprised of tens of thousands of volcanic basalt pillars.

Camera/lens: Canon 5D Mk II, Canon EF 17-40/4L
Place: The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland, UK


northern ireland, rocks, ocean, sea, giants causeway

Travel & Nature photographer who currently resides in Frisco, Texas

View Full Profile


  • Mark Ramstead
    Mark Ramsteadabout 3 years ago

    Thanks for showing me this unique place!

  • Thanks Mark!

    – Inge Johnsson

  • seeya
    seeyaabout 3 years ago

    Amazing what nature can create and leave for mankind to record. Again, I am right there with you! Sandy

  • Thanks Sandy, these rock formations were quite unusual and unique to see. It was caused by volcanic rock (basalt) forming these hexagons when it cooled.

    – Inge Johnsson

  • Béla Török
    Béla Törökabout 3 years ago

    Fabulous work, Inge!

  • Thanks again!

    – Inge Johnsson

  • kemal91
    kemal91about 3 years ago


  • Many heartfelt thanks!

    – Inge Johnsson

  • seeya
    seeyaabout 3 years ago

    Hello again Inge, if you have not been to Devil’s Postpile in Calif , it is the same basalt formation, but columnar. It is on the eastern side of the Sierras close to Mammoth. Sandy

  • Thanks! I haven’t been to the Devil’s Postpile but I imagine the lack of an ocean at the foot of the basalt pillars make them somewhat less photogenic. I will however check it out if I am in the neighborhood. Thanks, Sandy!

    – Inge Johnsson

  • Larry3
    Larry3about 3 years ago

    Wonderful mood and textures – love the light

  • Thanks Larry, for those kind words.

    – Inge Johnsson

  • oddoutlet
    oddoutletabout 3 years ago

    those rocks/ stones are so amazing- beaut capture!

  • Many thanks, good to hear you like it.

    – Inge Johnsson

  • Bruce  Dickson
    Bruce Dicksonabout 3 years ago

    Sublime image! Fantastic work

  • You are most kind, Bruce, I really appreciate the kind comment. Thanks!

    – Inge Johnsson

  • catherine walker
    catherine walkerabout 3 years ago

    wow it’s wonderful..are they natural or man made..great photo!

  • Thanks Catherine. They’re certainly natural. These are basalt columns that are caused by rapid cooling and subsequent cracking of a lava flow. It’s kind of like how drying mud creates similar patterns.

    – Inge Johnsson

  • JHRphotoART
    JHRphotoARTabout 3 years ago

    Stunning place…

  • I agree

    – Inge Johnsson

desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait