The Cliffs of Moher is a renowned attraction in Ireland, and my friend highly recommended visiting it during my trip. I decided to take a day tour, departing from Dublin in the early morning at 7 am. By the time we arrived at the Cliffs, it was almost noon, and the overcast weather had me worried that the visibility would be poor. However, when we arrived, the visibility was not too bad, although the clouds seemed to be closing in. There are two hiking trails at the Cliffs: to the left, there is a path that covers the main cliffs, and to the right, there is a trail that leads to a cliff-top castle. Given the potential weather change, I decided to take the trail on the left. For the first 30 minutes, it looked like the sky might clear up, but the weather quickly worsened, and by the time I returned to the starting point, the area was already shrouded in thick fog. Although I was disappointed that I couldn’t take the second trail to the castle due to the weather, I was still able to capture some amazing pictures of this stunning location.