Sunday, March 8, 2015

The Devil's Chimney

Ireland's tallest waterfall in terms of sheer drop has been opened up to the public recently. It's called The Devil's Chimney locally given this phenomenon of the water being blown back up over the brow of the mountain when the wind conditions are right. The plume is visible for miles around.

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