Witness to waves of invasions and departures, since pre-Christian Druids first built a standing stone circle here, through the Viking and Norman ages, to the flight of the "Wild Geese" and up to more recent times. The old name Boulek is said to derive from the Scandinavian for "Blue Haven" and again from the Gaelic word for a tidal blow hole which existed in the rocks. The stone texture is a mute witness to waves of history, scarred but immortal.
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Immoveable Objects, Bullock Harbour, Dublin

Witness to waves of invasions and departures, since pre-Christian Druids first built a standing stone circle here, through the Viking and Norman ages, to the flight of the "Wild Geese" and up to more recent times. The old name Boulek is said to derive from the Scandinavian for "Blue Haven" and again from the Gaelic word for a tidal blow hole which existed in the rocks. The stone texture is a mute witness to waves of history, scarred but immortal.

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Lokofoto Giclee Print 12" x 9"
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