Kilclooney More Dolmen

Not the famous one that’s a bit further north up the R261 but a small portal tomb surrounded by reeds
Kilclooney More Dolmen

“Other” Kilclooney More Dolmen (Portal Tomb), Co Donegal, Ireland

Kilclooney More Portal Tomb

Kilclooney More Portal Tomb

Kilclooney More Dolmen revisited

Kilclooney More Dolmen (Portal Tomb), Co Donegal, Ireland
Kilclooney More Dolmen 01

The portal tomb viewed from the south (above)

Kilclooney More Dolmen 02

…viewed from the south east (above)

Kilclooney More Dolmen 03

… viewed from the east (above)

Kilclooney More Dolmen 04

… viewed from the north east (above)

Kilclooney More Dolmen 05

… viewed from the north (above)

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and viewed from the north west (above)

Poulnabrone Dolmen, revisited

Poulnabrone Portal Tomb
Poulnabrone Portal Tomb, The Burren, Co Clare, Ireland

Poulnabrone Portal Tomb
I photographed Poulnabrone 25 years earlier on film and when there was no rope barrier – you can see the results here

Poulnabrone Portal Tomb

Poulnabrone Dolmen

Poulnabrone Dolmen

Goward Dolmen revisited

Goward Dolmen 1
Goward Dolmen, Co Down, Northern Ireland

Goward Dolmen 2
I photographed this a year earlier and later in the season (I think more successfully) anyway this time the grass was cut so there’s more structure visible and also two contre-jour images

Goward Dolmen 3

Goward Dolmen 4

Goward Dolmen 5

Wateresk Dolmen

Wateresk Dolmen (Slidderyford Dolmen). Co Down, Northern Ireland

Wateresk Dolmen (Slidderyford Dolmen) with the mountains of Mourne in the background


Goward Dolmen

Goward Dolmen, Co Down, Northern Ireland


Goward Dolmen has a huge cap stone said to weigh 50 ton

Goward Dolmen known locally as Pat Kearney’s Big Stone after a local who lived in a cottage behind the dolmen

Ballykeel Dolmen


Ballykeel Portal Tomb, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland

Ballykeel Dolmen 3

Ballykeel Portal Tomb, located within the Ring of Gullion in south Armagh


Ballykeel Dolmen, known locally as the ‘Hag’s Chair’

Ballykeel Dolmen