Between The Raindrops

Between The Raindrops

Between The Raindrops – came across this superb video by Peter Cox on Vimeo (click on the fullscreen option to enjoy it in all it’s glory)

A collection of time lapse photography of Ireland – showery weather can lead to some dramatic skies.

Between the Raindrops from Peter Cox on Vimeo.

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Deireadh an tSamhraidh – time lapse video

The video contains time-lapses from different places along the north coastline of Ireland, including Malin Head. The song is called “Old Reggae” which is played by the band Mutefish. They own the rights to the music.

Malin Head has always been a strategically important part of the country, where observation posts and signal towers were erected to keep an eye on shipping movements passing the northern coast. From the Spanish Armada, to the French fleet during the Napoleonic Wars, and more recently, during the two world wars. Before satellite communication, there used to be a radio station here, and there is still an active weather station, which provides important data to local and international weather bureaux. The most northerly point in Ireland is marked by an old signal tower on top of a hill known as Banba’s Crown. – A popular tourist destination. From here, probably the best views are looking south at the magnificent vista provided by the Inishowen Hills; though on a clear day, one can see as far as the Scottish Hebrides to the east and Tory Island to the west.