Cliffs at Dun Aengus

Ireland


Photos from Counties: Clare Cork Dublin Galway Limerick Mayo Wexford

Kayaks Ashore

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Inisheer, County Galway, Ireland All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Trio

18 Aug 2016 1 3 242
Three musicians engage in a spontaneous music session outside Clare Museum in Ennis during the Fleadh music festival. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Portal

19 Jul 2016 7 5 336
Shadows and tall trees at Mooghaun Forest Park, County Clare, Ireland. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Pirate Queen

03 Jul 2016 4 3 424
Pulling away from the pier at Inisheer, Aran Islands, Ireland. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Beach at Inisheer

03 Jul 2016 5 4 324
The view from the desk of a boat, Inisheer, Aran Islands, Ireland. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Lurgan Village, Inisheer

03 Jul 2016 4 4 415
Lugan village, Inisheer, Aran Islands, Ireland. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Aran Clouds

02 Jul 2016 4 3 287
Clouds off Inishmore from the ferry boat enroute to Inisheer. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Dún Aengus Wall

02 Jul 2016 4 1 312
Part of the stone wall of Dún Aengus, a stone fort initally built during the Bronze Age. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Cliffs at Dun Aengus

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Over looking the Atlantic Ocean in harsh midday sunshine, Inishmore, Aran Islands, Ireland. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Atlantic Shoreline

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Inishmore, Aran Islands, Ireland. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Inishmore

02 Jul 2016 4 1 257
Inishmore is the largest of the Aran Islands. Here is the view from near Dun Aengus fort, back across the island towards Kilmurvey bay and the coast of Clare in the distance. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Gaillimh

01 Jul 2016 3 1 248
Inisheer, Aran Islands. 'Gaillimh' is the Gaelic form of 'Galway', the city on the nearby mainland. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Inisheer Beach

01 Jul 2016 6 4 361
The beach on Inisheer, the smallest of the three Aran Islands, looking back towards a rain shower on the mainland. The two upturned boats on the beach are called Currachs and are of a traditional type associated with the west coast of Ireland. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Tralispeen Rose

01 Jul 2016 3 1 464
The Tralispeen Rose takes shelter behind a container on Inisheer, Aran Islands, Ireland. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Currachs

01 Jul 2016 3 5 445
The currach is a traditional boat of the west coast of Ireland. Once covered with animal hides and used for fishing and transport between the islands and the mainland, these boats are today canvas covered and used mostly for racing. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Island Shoreline

01 Jul 2016 2 1 425
Boats hauled out on dry land beside the beach on Inisheer, the smallest of the three Aran Islands. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Hauled Out

01 Jul 2016 8 6 449
Like fish out of water, Inisheer, Aran Islands, Ireland. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

Polaris, Lily Sue and friends

01 Jul 2016 4 5 440
Lobster fishing boats, Inisheer, Aran Islands, Ireland. All Images © John Rattigan All Rights Reserved.

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