Today we feature a stunning composition taken at Loch Ramor in Co. Cavan by Robert and Cathy Ardill. Robert comments:
"Loch Ramor is a beautiful lake in County Cavan by the lovely town of Virginia. This is an evening scene on a very calm winter's day. In the foreground is a crannog, an artificial island created in ancient times using piles of alder logs and brushwood in the shallows of a lake. Earth was piled on top and a settlement of huts built inside a strong wooden palisade fence. The crannogs were usually accessed in round skin-covered boats called curraghs."
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- Mark Sheils
Founder, Picture Ireland