Canon 10-22, Canon 40D, Cork, Ireland, Photography, Photos, Rocks, Sea, Vehicles, Water

Tir na nOg ar Oilean Chleire

Tir na nOg ar Oilean Chleire

Tir na nOg is the house on the right of this photo. It’s a house that Colaiste Ciaran, an Irish summer school on the island, rents during the summer and where I spent a number of weeks years and years ago. The long, low building attached to the left is a canteen.

An Oige have a large hostel further down, near the stony beach. I remember looking with curiosity and longing at the kayaks in a nearby shed. Us students never got anything quite as exciting as those!

Aperture ƒ/9
Camera Canon EOS 40D
Focal length 18mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 1/200s

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2 thoughts on “Tir na nOg ar Oilean Chleire

  1. richard says:

    That photograph reminds me of two things: The crap wet summer we just had and the poem by Patrick Kavanagh ‘Stony Grey Soil’

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