Our featured photo today is a simple monochrome composition of a dry stone wall taken by George Sheils. This humble structure is actually characteristic of much of the landscape, particularly in the West of Ireland. Large rocks are stacked closely together but no mortar is used to bind them. Farmers favour this wall building method is to separate land, particularly in highly karst regions.
This print is available from €45. You can browse or buy George's prints here.
- Mark Sheils
Founder, Picture Ireland