Nature defying the climate models again.
The County Mayo island on the Wild Atlantic Way made international headlines back in May after the sea retreated to reveal the pristine sandy white Dooagh Beach that locals had not seen for 33 years.
12 television crews made the trip out to Ireland’s largest offshore island and an estimated 1.16 billion people read about the story online.
Now, a similar phenomenon has happened at Ashleam Bay, where the Atlantic usually crashes against hard rocks and pebbles, but is now lapping up against soft, wet sand.
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