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Last shot of Mussenden Temple, I promise! This one should give you an impression of how the temple dominates the scene at Benone strand.
We spent hours there today, and your eye is constantly drawn to this magnificent monument. It’s a gorgeous place to spend time, and a much needed break after a tough week.
This one was Rachel’s idea – she’d suggested that I stand with my hand out like I was holding Mussenden Temple in the palm of my hand. She took the picture of me, so I offered to do the same for her.
She’s a bit blurred (I must’ve been messing with the manual focus), but was happy enough with how it turned out, because she appears to be looking at the Temple – even though it was behind her!
I asked them to pose ‘nicely’ for a photo. Between Rachel’s expert bug-eye face and the boys mugging around in a squillion different ways, most of my photos from today’s day out were unusable (or just reserved for laughing at privately in about 10 years).
The only way to get them to pose seriously is to pretend you’ve stopped taking photos and drop the camera down. So, while they were giving their faces a break, I hit the button. And this is the result. That’s Mussenden Temple in the background. I’m fascinated by this place now that I’ve seen it a couple of times.
We went back to Benone strand today and took some more shots of Mussenden Temple from the strand.
You already know that the temple sits on the edge of the cliff face, but there’s also a railway tunnel that cuts through the rock face.
A sail boat passes by Benone Strand, near Mussenden Temple. Taken while out with the kids for the day – a really beautiful day out: fantastic weather, a relatively quiet beach and lots of splashing about in the water.