Galloon Graveyard Gravestones

Galloon Graveyard gravestones

Galloon Graveyard, Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

Galloon gravestones

Many of the gravestones are carved with reminders of our mortality – skull & crossbones, coffin, hourglass and bell

Galloon Graveyard Gravestone

Galloon Graveyard carved gravestone

Colaiste Ide Ogham Stones

Colaiste Ide Ogham Stones

Colaiste Ide Ogham Stones, Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry, Ireland

Colaiste Ide Ogham Stones

There are seven ogham stones in the grounds of Colaiste Ide/Burnham House gathered by Lord Ventry

Colaiste Ide Ogham Stone
Colaiste Ide Ogham Stone

In the background is the small Bullaun stone

Ardfert Ecclesiastical Site

Ardfert Cathedral

Ardfert Cathedral, Co Kerry, Ireland

Ardfert Ecclesiastical Site

Ardfert Ecclesiastical Site

 Ardfert Cathedral interior

Ardfert Cathedral interior

Temple Na Hoe

Temple Na Hoe, Ardfert

Temple Na Hoe

Temple Na Hoe -the west face

Cathedral's romanesque west doorway

The Romanesque west doorway of the Cathedral

Reask monastic site

Reask Cross Pillar

Reask Cross Pillar

Reask Cross Pillar

Three of the cross pillars at Reask

Reask small pillar

The small pillar to the south-east of the large pillar

Reask small pillar

The other small pillar east of the large pillar

Reask monastic site

Reask monastic site

Corcomroe Abbey

Corcomroe Abbey

Corcomroe Abbey, Co Clare, Ireland

Corcomroe Abbey

Founded for Cistercian monks around 1195

Askeaton Franciscan Friary

Askeaton Franciscan Friary

Askeaton Franciscan Friary,Co Limerick, Ireland

Askeaton Franciscan Friary

Friary founded in 1389 by Gerald Fitzmaurice Fitzgerald, 3th earl of Desmond or 1420 by James Fitzgerald Fitzgerald, 7th earl of Desmond

Askeaton Franciscan Friary Cloister

15 century cloister arcade

Askeaton Franciscan Friary Cloister

Askeaton Franciscan Friary’s impressive ruins

Askeaton Franciscan Friary

Killiney Stone Cross

Killiney Stone Cross

Killiney Stone Cross, Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry, Ireland

Killiney Stone Cross

Crude High Cross just short of 3 meters high

Staigue Stone Fort

Staigue Stone Fort

Staigue Stone Fort, Co Kerry, Ireland

Staigue Stone Fort

Thought to have been built between 300 and 400 AD before the arrival of Christianity in Ireland

Staigue Stone Fort

The entrance to Staigue stone dun

Staigue Stone Fort

The inner tiered walls with steps

Gallarus Oratory revisited

Gallarus Oratory a dry stone chapel constructed between the 7th and 12th centuries

Gallarus Oratory, Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry, Ireland

The back of the chapel features a small window

The cross pillar at the site with worn inscription