White Rocks, Portrush, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
These limestone cliffs of ‘White Rocks’ reach from Curran Strand to Dunluce Castle. This sedimentary limestone is bright white in colour & very soft. Over millennia the Atlantic Ocean has become natures personal sculpturist & it’s waves have carved sea arches, caves & various other wonderful formations along this coast.
The colours found here easily rival anything you could find in the Indian Ocean. There are so many tones of green on the cliffs & turquoise in the water. Im guessing the white limestone rock along this shore & on the sea floor acts like a mirror, reflecting the back light upwards to the surface whilst enhancing all the natural colours of the sea.
I said it before & ill proudly say it again “we have no need to travel abroad on our holidays” = Staycation = ✅