You may recall that I’ve shown you basalt columns before. On 30 July 2021 I posted a six-part series of articles on The Giant’s Causeway in Ireland (see Part 1: Northern Ireland — Reaching the Giant’s Causeway). You can click on that link to see how the Giant’s Causeway columns compare to those of Reynisfjara.
So, here’s today’s offering of Reynisfjara’s column images:
There is much to see here at Reynisdrangar. We’ll be spending some time discussing it over the next several articles, starting today with the ink-black sand of this incredible beach and the basalt stacks that rise from its shore and the ocean.
And, yes, here’s you’ll find puffin breeding grounds on the high cliffs and seabirds accumulating on the beaches:
Now let’s enjoy the beach, cliffs, and other vistas. Visually, of course. No way we were going swimming in these temperatures.