The beauty of Ireland is otherworldly. Centuries-old architecture chewed up by time and tempest. Lush, lumpy greenery illuminated by shards of light breaching dense clouds and macabre mist. It’s enough to take your breath away — if your attention weren’t already diverted to an even grander spectacle: Waves — wild and spooky, sometimes monstrous but always ephemeral — and the human beings who ride them.
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