Meggagh Wedge Tomb, The Burren, Co Clare, Ireland
Gleninsheen Wedge Tomb, the Burren, Co Clare, Ireland
Corcomroe Abbey, Co Clare, Ireland
Founded for Cistercian monks around 1195
Doonagore Castle, 16th century round tower house
Doonagore Castle, The Burren, Co Clare, Ireland
Parknabinnia wedge tomb, the Burren, Co Clare, Ireland
Front entrance of Parknabinnia wedge tomb
Cahercommaun Stone Fort, The Burren, Co Clare, Ireland
Three ringed stone fort perched on a cliff edge. Built circa 800AD
The outer walls are quite ruinous
The North High Cross
The west face of the Doorty Cross
The east face of the Doorty Cross
High Cross shaft fragment
Bishops Head above the entrance
Kilfenora Cathedral, The Burren, Co Clare Ireland
Caherconnell Stone Fort, The Burren, Co Clare, Ireland
The cashel was built in the 10th Century.
The new entrance dates to the 15th – 16th century
Caherconnell Stone Fort is located in the karst rugged limestone landscape of the Burren like Cahermore Stone Fort.
The Burren, Co Clare, Ireland
Burren – The Wild Atlantic Way
Typical Burren wall
Karst landscape of the Burren
The Burren in colour. Four images on film circa 1990
Saint Brigid’s Well, Liscannor, Co Clare, Ireland
Came across this well on the way to the Cliffs of Moher – it’s amazing.
In the wall of the grotto
The entrance to the grotto and well
Poulnabrone Portal Tomb, The Burren, Co Clare, Ireland
I photographed Poulnabrone 25 years earlier on film and when there was no rope barrier – you can see the results here http://www.tonyoneill.org/2016/12/04/poulnabrone-dolmen/
Cahermore Stone Fort aka Ballyallaban ringfort, The Burren, Co Clare, Ireland
Fortified farmstead with walls up to 9 feet thick and high, built in the medieval period.
Cahermore Stone Fort is located in the karst rugged limestone landscape of the Burren like Caherconnell Stone Fort.
Three Crosses, old graveyard, Bishop’s Quarter, the Burren, Co Clare, Ireland