Your righteousness is like the highest mountains, your justice like the great deep. You, Lord, preserve both people and animals. (Psalm 36:6)
God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging. (Psalm 46: 1-3)
Me and my friend Amy taking a picture at the name plaque of the Giant's causeway.
And I will call upon Your name, keep my eyes above the waves. When oceans rise, my soul will rest in Your embrace. For I am Yours, and You are mine. (Oceans by Hillsong)
The hexagonal shaped rocks at the Giant's Causeway is what this nature wonder is famous for. The Giant's Causeway is one of the UNESCO world heritage's sites that are popular for both local and international visitors in Northern Ireland. It is located in Antrium and takes around 1.5 hours drive from Belfast. A legend stated that the rocks were formed by two giants fighting, between the Irish giant Finn McCool and Scottish giant Benandonner.
For geographic/ scientific reason*: The rocks of Giant’s Causeway was formed from the aftermath of volcanic crashing, burning and cooling. The causeway has an epic 60-million-year-old legacy to lava with over 40,000 basalt columns.
This mystical site got me pondered on how amazing the earth and its creation is. Also just how small and tiny I am in this big world. The earth, although tiny comparing to the rest of the universe, is the only planet (we know so far) that is teemed with abundant life. All I need to do is never stop discovering and to stand in awe.
You call me out upon the waters, the great unknown where feet may fail. And there I find You in the mystery, in oceans deep my faith will stand.
Hi Jetsetters, welcome to my blogisphere. I am Esther, your guide for today! I hope you will enjoy this tour of my visual travel diary.
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