Cliffs of Moher

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If you could stand at the pinnacle of any natural object or man-made structure, what would it be?



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Without a doubt, I would go back to the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland. I first experienced the wonder of these when I was in Ireland researching "Kathleen" with Lianne. I found the cliffs to be one of the most awe-inspiring locations I've been. One day, DH and I will make that trip together. And, I can hardly wait.

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Comments

Sue said…
Hey Judy, here via Michele's -- that looks absolutely beautiful....My spot would probably be on Cathedral Rock in Sedona -- my favorite place on earth (so far)
sugarnspice said…
Oh my!
Those are gorgeous.
As for me, I think it would be the Sphinx or pyramids of Egypt... I've always been fascinated by them.
Anonymous said…
that looks beautiful. my husband's family is from ireland (grandparents, i think) but i've never been. i have been to england, years ago, and loved it. i do hope to make it to ireland yet.
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Brian said…
Growing up in the mid-west, I'd have to say the Gulf of Mexico. I lived in Florida for 4-years and have become land locked again recently. I just can't get enough of the ocean breeze and the scenic sunsets.