Grianghraif

  1. F008.05.00005

    F008.05.00005

    1995

    Rocks: The 'Dowd stones', Scurmore, Enniscrone. These stones are believed to be the petrified children of a mermaid and a local man named Dowd.

  2. F008.05.00006

    F008.05.00006

    1995

    Rocks: The 'Dowd stones', Scurmore, Enniscrone. These stones are believed to be the petrified children of a mermaid and a local man named Dowd.

  3. F008.05.00012

    F008.05.00012

    1995

    Rocks: The 'Dowd stones', Scurmore, Enniscrone. These stones are believed to be the petrified children of a mermaid and a local man named Dowd.

  4. F008.05.00013

    F008.05.00013

    1995

    Rocks: The 'Dowd stones', Scurmore, Enniscrone. These stones are believed to be the petrified children of a mermaid and a local man named Dowd.

  5. F008.18.00001

    F008.18.00001

    1995

    Rocks: Unusual rock, near Cill Maolchéadair.

  6. F008.24.00001

    F008.24.00001

    1956

    Rocks: 'The Grey Man', natural effigy in columnar pillar of rock at Fair Head.

  7. F008.24.00002

    F008.24.00002

    Rocks: "The White/Grey Lady" - limestone rock resembling effigy of woman.

  8. F008.24.00003

    F008.24.00003

    Rocks: "The White/Grey Lady" - limestone rock resembling effigy of woman.

  9. F008.24.00004

    F008.24.00004

    1956

    Rocks: Finn McCool's Stone on cliff-heads. Francey Lamont and boy named Darragh in picture.

  10. F008.24.00005

    F008.24.00005

    1956

    Rocks: Finn McCool's Stone on cliff-heads. Francey Lamont and boy named Darragh in picture.

  11. F010.29.00001

    F010.29.00001

    2005

    Owey Island.

  12. F010.29.00002

    F010.29.00002

    2005

    Owey Island.

  13. F010.29.00003

    F010.29.00003

    2005

    Owey Island.

  14. F010.29.00004

    F010.29.00004

    2005

    Owey Island.

  15. F010.29.00005

    F010.29.00005

    2005

    Owey Island.

  16. F010.29.00006

    F010.29.00006

    2005

    Owey Island.

  17. F010.29.00007

    F010.29.00007

    2005

    Andy Mc Gonagle on Owey Island.

  18. F012.15.00001

    F012.15.00001

    1958

    The Sea: Shells from Omeath. Large shell (left): 'Cockle-a-bringin' (phonetic); This shell-fish now sold as a "Carlingford Lough Oyster". Medium size (centre): "A Lady Cockle". Small size (right): "The Rouney Cockle".

  19. F012.19.00001

    F012.19.00001

    1935

    View out against the sea and Aran Islands.

  20. F012.33.00001

    F012.33.00001

    1939

    The Sea: Sliogáin bheaga.

  21. Tuilleadh grianghraf