Hello there, my name is Joe Cashin. I am a photographer based in South Kilkenny, near Waterford City and Carrick on Suir, Ireland. To date my work has received many awards and prizes. My pictures have been featured on nine book covers, National and local newspapers as well as being featured in many books, magazines and publications. I am presently a relief photographer with The Munster Express in Waterford City.
On My Flickr web site my pictures have recieved over three and a half million visits and an average of 1,700 hits a day.
My pictures have also been used on National , International and Satellite TV stations, web sites, greeting and special event cards, post cards, party invitations, wedding invitations, calendars, photo books, Irish Tourism, Obituary cards, CD cover, etc. Most of my pictures are used as office decor and gifts for all occasions.
This standing stone is between eleven and twelve feet high, and three feet in breadth at six feet from the ground, where it is widest; being about two feet six inches wide at the ground. It is also cracked down the middle. Local people say there was another, stone about half the size, a few yards from it; this was sunk in the earth by digging a pit under it, about twenty years ago. Nothing remarkable was found in making the excavation, from the man on whose land it stood, and who helped to destroy it.The remaining stone is called "the long stone of Garryduff." It can be seen from the road near the cross for Garryduff
Lokofoto - 12" x 8.5"
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