Photographer's Note

After having sailed to Galway with "La Recouvrance", and before flying back to France, I took a few (too few) days to visit Ireland by land. I guess I did the grand touristic tour (and was really happy with it). Here, I went to see the famous Cliff of Moher, rising more than 200m above the see and forming an 8km-long wall in West County Clare.

There are already plenty of pictures of the Cliff of Moher in TE, so I propose you a different view. This picture was taken from the town of Doolin, at the foot of the cliff, where people can take the ferry to go to the Aran Island. There was quite a fierce storm, and while looking at the magnificent landscape, I couldn't help wondering about "La Recouvrance", who had left Galway the day before to sail back to Cork, and was probably not having a lot of fun (they finally made it safely!).

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