For the explorers, woodland wanders and 'off the beaten' trackers.
On a steed, black as pitch, clip clop the ground he doth hit. Upon the devil beast, sat a rider cloaked in death, straight out of hell's deepest depths. Quicker and quicker making haste, running down a victim of his choosing, with an ungodly pace. Realising now its me he sees, loosing balance, I fall to my knees. Turning to face him, my heart filled with dread, knowing his only desire, is to collect my head.
Co Antrim's Giant’s Causeway is a true world wonder Made up of 40,000 black basalt columns jutting from the sea on Northern Ireland's Antrim plateau, the site, featured in many local legends, has been studied extensively by geologists. Formed through volcanic activity during the Tertiary period, 50-60 million years ago, it was declared a World Heritage Site in 1986.