See there on the left? There are about 40,000 of those interlocking basalt columns marching to the sea and pointing from this tip of Ulster to Scotland eleven miles directly there in the center across the Irish Sea.
At this Northeast tip of the Irish Isle the small town of Bushmills is about three miles behind your back. Legend has it that those volcanic spires were the footholds for warring Scottish and Irish giants as they trod back and forth across the cold angry waters.
Here the weather is so fickle that only moments before on this April day the wind whipped freezing hail then swept the storm away leaving shivery squint-making sun.
The tops of those spires form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear beneath the scouring waves.
Canon EOS 7D, EF-S17-85mm, Hand-held, 1/80@f/6-3, ISO 800. PP: 12 image pano in PS4. Parent print formatted 4.5 feet on the horizontal edge at 240 PPI.