I grew up in a small seaside town in Fingal. I always loved how the sea and the sky interact with everything around them. When I moved to the American Midwest, I no longer had the sea but instead started to see the beauty in cityscapes, parks, lakes and even the humble gardens that surround me.
Between the seaside towns of Rush & Loughshinny is Drumanagh headland. Here under the watchful eye of the Martello Tower lie the remains of the largest promontory fort in Ireland. This huge site consists of forty acres protected on three sides by sheer cliffs above the sea and on the western side by huge ramparts stretching the entire width of the site. Drumanagh has never been fully excavated but it is thought to date from the late Bronze/Early Iron Age.
Lokofoto - 12" x 9.5"
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