Dunguaire Castle at night
A very still morning at Kinvara. Hanorah, a Galway hooker, is a form of traditional fishing boat used in Galway Bay for at least 200 years.
Two herons at dawn, near Dhún Guaire Castle, Kinvara, Co Galway
Evening in Kinvara Bay, near Dhún Guaire Castle, Co Galway
Dunguaire Castle and its history lies at the heart of the Ireland’s literary revival in the early 20th century. It was built in 1520 by the O’Hynes clan on the picturesque shores of Galway Bay. This restored 16th century tower house sits on a rocky outcrop on the shores of Galway Bay.
Dunguaire Castle Kinvara Co. Galway. Dunguarie Castle was built in 1520 by the O’Hynes clan on the picturesque shores of Galway Bay. The Castle takes it name from the nearby ancient fort of Guaire, King of Connaught who died is 662 AD. This restored 16th century tower house sits on a rocky outc...
The Sun sets at Dunguire Castle Kinvara, Co Galway.
Kinvara (Irish: Cinn Mhara, meaning "head of the sea") is a sea port village located in the south of County Galway, Ireland. Kinvara is also the name of the parish in which the village is situated. Kinvara is occasionally spelled Kinvarra in English; this may be seen on some maps and road signs, ...
The Galway Hooker is a traditional boat from Galway Bay in Ireland. Characterised by its distinctive sail setup - a main sale and two foresails, the boats have been in use for at least two hundred years, although it has been suggested that the design of the boat may date back further owing to the...
a traditional galway hooker sailing in kinvara harbour
a sunset on galway bay