As Adam eloquently
explains: "On the edge of the cliffs overlooking the
Five Fingers Strand at Lagg we stood shivering in
the sub-zero wind and moonlight.
"The unmovable headlands of the Isle of Doagh,
Binnion, Dunaff and Fanad sleep peacefully.
Ballyliffin, Glashedy Island and a single point of
light from Tory are in view.
"It was the night of the blood moon and it was 3am.
It's an odd time of the night - utterly utterly
serene and yet the powerful North Atlantic waves
were speeding into the mouth of Trawbreaga Bay at
"When the moonlight is like daylight, except cooler
and little communities are tucked up in their beds
you feel like the last person on earth. A lovely
last sight before bed."