Nestled on the tip of Northern Ireland, the Giant's Causeway was a bizarre, yet undeniably beautiful landmark. This area was formed by volcanic eruptions; creating over 40,000 geometric basalt columns.
My girlfriends and I stayed at the nearly hostel which was in walking distance to the Causeway. Since we were so close by, we decided to go at dusk to avoid the swarm of tourists. As we sat there, we listened to the waves crashing into the columns below us, and watched in silence as the sun slowly sunk itself into the horizon. It was beautiful and serene - a moment frozen in time that I will cherish forever.
Tip: The columns were a small trek away from the visitors center, so allow yourself enough time to walk back before it gets too dark.