The weather in Northern Ireland is very unpredictable. Our trip started with such a sunny sky, but soon it rained.
This kind of small fishing village feels so familiar. It reminded me of home.
This is Carrickfergus Castle. It played an important military role when the coast was beseiged in turn by the Scots, Irish, English and French.
Much of Northern Ireland remains primitive and natural. There aren't many over-developed towns along the way.
It'd be hard for me not to think of Taiwan upon seeing the sea and rocks.
The narrow roads along the coast, the mountains that the road lie against, and the color of the sea especially made me recall my trip to Lanyu last summer.
I was listening to the song Ocean by the Taiwanese singer Jien-nien Chen when I was editing the photos. It felt as if I was back to the sea again.
Dunluce Castle, a ruined medieval castle.
The sheep living by the sea lead a very relaxing life.
We came to the super famous Giant's Causeway.
The ancient volcanic eruption resulted in the huge area of 40,000 interlocking basalt columns.
The other side is the mountains.
The other side of the sun is my home, where I'll be soon!