The Ulster Cycle

2015-04-13 GlenbawnCuchulainn+
“Ar aghaidh linn – Onward!” Silhouetted figures, one carrying a hurley, take inspiration from a dying Cú Chulainn and gaze across a body of water, perhaps Carlingford Lough towards the mountains of Mourne – Cú Chulainn’s traditional place of death is in County Louth, outside Dundalk. Tuan the hawk historian, who has seen all of the conquests of Ireland, flies overhead.
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Copyright © 2015 Extramural Activity
Camera Settings: f8, 1/250, ISO 200, full size 2592 x 3888
text: X02580 mo chara gerard kelly

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