The West of Ireland

 Posted by on August 9, 2013  Add comments
Aug 092013

The West of Ireland exploration continues.

Now we’ve moved from the land of limestone to the land of granite, a place fashioned and sculpted by ice and fire.

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  9 Responses to “The West of Ireland”

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    Great shots Bock.


    Les fotos sont merveilleux! And the documentary shows hardy, gentle people who lived their lives in a different civilization from ours. We’ve gone soft.


    Wicked pic’s. I want to jump in! Reminds me of Lackan Strand.


    Senor Bock, can you tell me what part of the West of Ireland those pics were taken…
    The desserted village looks haunting, I’d love to see it,
    If you can please let me know…


    2nd & 3rd from the bottom are pure Paul Henry.


    They’re taken off the coast near Clifden. The abandoned village is on Inishark, also shown in the video, and the others are a mix of Inishbofin and shots of the mainland from the sea.


    No 8, not really. Paul Henry was an artist. These are just snaps.


    Fabulous photography, beautiful Island where people could live and work
    the land and sea if there were people of vision in power in this country.

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